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A fun, friendly first step in helping prepare primary-aged children to testify in criminal cases involving abuse.

Chapter 4
Chapter 4

CHILD:What will I be asked in court?

ADULT: First of all, the judge may ask you some questions. The judge will want to know if you know what is true and what is a lie. Do you know the difference? Let me give you a little test.

If you told me that your hair was blue, that would be a lie. Now, you tell me the truth. What color is your hair?

My hair is ____ in color.

Sometimes children have seen something. Sometimes children have heard something. Sometimes a judge wants to know what children think or how they feel about something important in their lives. When any of these things happen to anyone, they may need to tell a judge about it. People that ...

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