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Unfortunately, you would most likely not be allowed to testify unless the Court has interviewed the child. Your testimony would be considered hearsay, an out of court statement made to verify the truthfulness of what is being alleged. However, it would not a hearsay if the child's testimony is on record--has been taken by the Court. So, in that case, you would be corroborating what the child said in Court.