resources for crime victims
In depth information can be found about crime victims rights using the links below:
Rights and Services for Crime Victims (WI DOJ)- Brochure in Hmong
Rights and Services for Crime Victims (WI DOJ)- Brochure in Spanish
Rights and Services for Crime Victims (WI DOJ)- Brochure in English
Victims of crimes have certain rights under the law to access information and be informed about their case. Below are common rights that can be exercised by victims of crimes.
Right to due Process, Fairness, Dignity, Respect, and Privacy.
Right to notices of date, time and location of court proceedings.
Right to be present at any court proceedings.
Right to be heard through testimonies or statements.
Right to protection from harm and threats of harm. from the prosecution of the case.
Right to apply for Crime Victim Compensation.
Right to speedy disposition of the case without delay.
Right to confer with prosecutor about the case.
Right to a copy of records.
Right to information and referral.
Rights of Crime Victims
Local Resources for Crime Victims
Advocate: Michelle Harris
1320 West Clairemont Avenue
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Phone: (715) 832-8420
Fax: (715) 832-0612
24Hr Crisis/After Hours Interpretation:
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