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Legal Information: Washington
Updated: December 3, 2020
Can a sexual assault advocate come to court with me?
Yes. You can have a sexual assault advocate come to court with you and talk to you in court, unless the judge says otherwise. The advocate can also help you prepare the petition.1
1 R.C.W. § 7.90.060
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