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25B Am. Jur. Pl. & Pr. Forms Witnesses § 186
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Witnesses
V. Duty to Testify
§ 186. Answer—To petition or application for extraordinary writs—Reply to questions by witness petitioning for writs would not be incriminating—Where witness was victim rather than aider and abetter
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