A witness statement is a written document where you provide your account of events related to a legal case. It includes all the details you remember, helping to support your side of the story in court.

The purpose of a witness statement is to give the judge and other parties a clear understanding of what happened from your perspective. It serves as your testimony and can be used as evidence during the hearing.

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