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If a defendant is prepared to plead guilty, does the District

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If a defendant is prepared to plead guilty, does the District Attorney have to tell the court and opposing counsel that a necessary witness has failed to respond to a subpoena?

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No, there is no requirement that the DA provide that information.

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