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Crime Victimsäó» Rights Act: A Summary and Legal Analysis of 18 U.S.C. 3771
Charles Doyle (au)
Sect. 3771 of Title 18 of the U.S. Code is a statutory bill of rights for victims of crimes committed in violation of fed. law or the laws of the D.C. It defines victims as anyone directly and proximately harmed by such an offense, individuals and legal entities alike. It does not appear to include family relatives of a deceased, child, or incapacitated victim. Contents of this report: Intro.; Background; Who is a Victim?; The Right to Be Reasonably Protected From the Accused; Notice; Attendance; Participation; Confer; Restitution; Reasonable Freedom From Delay; Fairness, Dignity, and Privacy; Respon. of the Courts; Respon. of Other Authorities; Enforcement; Limitations; Justice Dept. Regäó»s.; Rule 60. Victimäó»s Rights (text). This is a print on demand report.
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