CJA324: Victim Rights

Apr 22nd, 2015
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Since the first crime victim compensation program was enacted in 1972, every new addition of a law or penalty only helped the victim achieve a sense of justice. U.S. Congress passed the strongest federal crime victims’ legislation in nation’s history after failure to approve a Federal Constitutional Amendment.

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Since the first crime victim compensation program was enacted in 1972, every new addition of alaw or penalty only helped the victim achieve a sense of justice. U.S. Congress passed the strongestfederal crime victims legislation in nations history after failure to approve a Federal ConstitutionalAmendment; H.R. 5107, The Justice For All Act of 2004, strengthens the rights of victims of federalcrimes and provides enforcement and remedies when there is failure to comply; Title 1 is named inhonor of five victims: Scott Campbell, Stephanie Roper, Wendy Preston, Louarna Gillis and Nila Ly

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