Does the government have a limit on prosecution money?

My involvment in this case is absolutley so minor. I just know the suspect soon to be defendant and the US attorney office is flying me in, paying for my meals, ground transp. in a limo, hotel plus $40 dollars just for coming. This is going to cost around 1200 dollars. I have a subpena to testify before a grand jury.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Yes and No. It depend on what type of case you are testifying for.

    For example, if it was a drug related case, and who you are testifying against, there is no limit. As I said, depends on the case.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, and it is good for you if you do not have a job

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