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No need to be scared.

Fran Falshaw, 55, of Grangetown, was terrified at the thought of going to court to testify against a man who attacked her in her own home in September 2004.

But thanks to witness care, victim support workers and police officers, she was able to give evidence which saw her attacker Heath Randall jailed for seven years last year.

She said: "I couldn't have got through the court case without the help and support I received, so I think this special unit will be marvellous.

"I think they are a great idea and I would recommend them to anyone who is frightened about going to court."
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Jan 14, 2006
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