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Do I have to testify against my husband?

Question Details: The state is telling me I have to testify on behalf of the state which would mean I have to testify against my husband. I gave them a statement 3 years ago because the crime he is being accused of involved my vehicle and I was the first person to see him after the crime took place. If I do not have to testify what steps do I have to take so that they cannot force me to do so? What should I say to prevent me from having to? I was told if it happened before being married I still have to testify. This is preventing me from being in his trial because now I'm a witness.

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