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Of course you have rights as a witness.
One of these rights is that you do not need to testify if your testimony gets you into trouble
At the same time you must say the truth.
If the truth is not said this could get you into trouble
You have the obligation to testify in court.
You are however NOT obliged to go to the police and testify.
Well you need to see for yourself and decide what to do.
It is a bit dangerous but you are on the safe side if you do not name the amount you have bought and if you insist it was all for your own consumption
Whatever you do do NOT tell them that you intended to share or to sell the stufff
If they ask you questions taht seem dangerous to you just tell them that you would prefer not to answer
If this is the case you must always tell. As a witness you are absolutely forbidden to lie
As sonn as the case is against you you must have your miranda rights.
They must tell you if the case is against you
You cannot be punished if you just use your right as a witness
The punishment depends on the type and the amount of drug
If you just wanted to buy weed for your own consumption I do not think there will be any punishment at all
Ok so there is not gong to be a problem with that
No you need not say anything, the police must know
Yes you will
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