To have your interest considered when the court is deciding to grant a request for a delay (adjournment).
To ask for assistance with employer, if needed.
To be escorted to court by a service provider.
To request an order for a juvenile to submit to a test for sexually transmitted diseases or HIV test. The right to request this is limited to offenses where the law allows.
To be provided a waiting area.
To have reasonable attempts made to notify you of upcoming court hearings, if you so request.
To speak with the Office of the District Attorney upon your request, about the possible outcome of the case, potential plea agreements and disposition options.
To a speedy disposition of the case.
To make or provide a victim impact statement.
To have the impact of the crime on you included in a juvenile court report and to have the preparer of the report attempt to contact you.
To court ordered restitution.
To a civil judgment for unpaid restitution.
To compensation for expenses as allowed by law (please ask a specialist about Crime Victim Compensation)
To have assistance with property being returned when it is no longer needed as evidence.
To have a reasonable attempt made to be notified if the case is dismissed.
To be provided disposition (sentencing or supervision) information.
To contact the department of justice about any concerns you may have about your treatment as a crime victim.