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[PDF] Crime Victims’ Rights Act and Federal Courts of 2004

[PDF] Crime Victims’ Rights Act and Federal Courts of 2004

Every State has its own Crime Victims Rights but there are also some General Rights that you should be awared of if you’ve been a victim of a crime and has suffered pain, abuse, robbery, sexual assault, elder abuse, domestic violence and other federal crimes.

You or a loved one might had been a Crime Victim and you must know all your rights when presenting your case on a Federal Court. Every State has its own Rights but Crimes are always the same and first let’s begin by numbering all of them.

List of Crimes

There are 42 different known crimes that can be commited: <*>Aiding and Abetting / Accessory
<*>Assault / Battery
<*>Child Abuse
<*>Child Pornography
<*>Computer Crime
<*>Credit / Debit Card Fraud
<*>Disorderly Conduct
<*>Domestic Violence
<*>Drug Cultivation and Manufacturing
<*>Drug Distribution / Trafficking
<*>Drug Possession
<*>DUI / DWI
<*>Hate Crimes
<*>Indecent Exposure
<*>Identity Theft
<*>Insurance Fraud
<*>Manslaughter: Involuntary
<*>Manslaughter: Voluntary
<*>Money Laundering
<*>Murder: First-degree
<*>Murder: Second-degree
<*>Pyramid Schemes
<*>Racketeering / RICO
<*>Securities Fraud
<*>Sexual Assault
<*>Tax Evasion / Fraud
<*>Telemarketing Fraud
<*>Theft / Larceny
<*>Wire Fraud

Crimes by State

If you want to know what your State Laws are regarding Rights, Compensation and Restitution you might find this information really useful:


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