What are conferences with my case officer? https://victimsandwitnesses.cdpp.gov.au/prosecution-process/you-and-your-case/what-are-conferences-my-case-officer Prosecutors often meet witnesses just before they go to court.
How do I find out what's going on with my case? https://victimsandwitnesses.cdpp.gov.au/prosecution-process/you-and-your-case/how-do-i-find-out-whats-going-my-case If you tell your prosecutor or WAS officer that you’d like to be kept up-to-date on your matter (not everyone wants to know), they will tell you
Can I be reimbursed for lost wages if I have to take time off work? https://victimsandwitnesses.cdpp.gov.au/prosecution-process/you-and-your-case/can-i-be-reimbursed-lost-wages-if-i-have-take-time-work You are able to claim lost wages/salary if your employer won’t pay for you to attend court or conferences with your prosecutor.
What does mental impairment/fitness to be tried mean? https://victimsandwitnesses.cdpp.gov.au/what-does-mental-impairmentfitness-be-tried-mean A person is not responsible for committing an offence if they were suffering from a mental impairment at the time of that crime.
Going to court video https://victimsandwitnesses.cdpp.gov.au/going-court/more-information/going-court-video
Who's Who in the courtroom https://victimsandwitnesses.cdpp.gov.au/your-role-and-prosecution/more-information/whos-who-courtroom
Victims of Crime Policy https://victimsandwitnesses.cdpp.gov.au/your-role-and-prosecution/more-information/victims-crime-policy Victims of Crime Policy 1.
Frequently asked questions: prosecution https://victimsandwitnesses.cdpp.gov.au/frequently-asked-questions-prosecution From laying charges and subpoenas, to conferences with CDPP prosecutors and plea negotiations, these FAQs give you answers to some commonly aske