Re: Witness Affidavit for Traffic Court in Indiana
Procedural questions (which form, if any... whether it must be filed...)should be directed to the court clerk where your case is being heard.
As for the affidavit in general, I would venture a guess that it may depend on what your witness is testifying to... And whether this is in relation to a civil trial (someone suing someone else for damages) or a criminal trial (a traffic matter)!
Generally, the problem with affidavits is that the opposing party cannot cross examine an affidavit. So they're usually worth just about the cost of paper and duplication... Actually, not even that much!
Add to that the possibility that this witness may possibly be a relative or a close friend, and of course they're going to provide favorable testimony for you! And the value of their statements diminishes quickly the more you know them!
I am right 97% of the time... Who cares about the other 4%!