Hi, Mya, I understand what you are saying and I feel badly for the position you are in,
" do I need to go even though I havent received a summons or does my previous statement in the police station count in this instance? "
You are in a very difficult position because if she proceeds with the case, you will be asked to testify. If the Court feels that your statement to the police is not enough, and the Court wants you to personally appear and testify, the Court can issue a Subpoena and compel you to go to Court. A Subpoena is like a Court Order and you can be held in Contempt of Court if you do not obey the Subpoena.
If you are served with a Subpoena and must go to Court, then when you are asked specific questions, you can always say something like,
"Everything happened so fast, I just cannot remember specifics.........."
The Court cannot penalize you for not remembering and it will be that much harder for them to convict your fiancé if you say that you cannot remember specific details of what happened that evening. This way, you will not be helping convict your fiancé, and your friend cannot complain that you did not come to Court as a witness,
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