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Do you have to give information to the district attorney?

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In a court case, it is mandatory for the defense to give all info to the prosecution and vice versa, upon request. * Any witness or defendant does not have to impart information that might be self incriminating. However, a person who deliberately witholds information that does not affect their personal legal status can be charged with obstruction of justice and other criminal offenses.

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