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NCVLI Homepage Features
NCVLI fights for victims through legal advocacy, training and education, and public policy.
In Arizona, a child-victim reported her stepfather’s sexual abuse of her and the State initiated criminal proceedings against him. The case was delayed until the child-victim turned 18, at which point Defendant tried to compel the victim’s mother to submit to an interview. Click here to read more about the Arizona Supreme Court’s decision in this case.
In a recent decision, the Utah Supreme Court affirmed victims’ right to file independent papers (i.e., pleadings) in support of their right to seek restitution. Click here to read about the decision.
There are many ways to support crime victims and now that the holiday shopping season is upon us there are a number of easy ways to give while you shop! Click here to learn more.
December 17th, 2014
Webinar: Year in Review: Top Victims’ Rights Cases from the Past 12 Months
FREE Webinar! Register Here.
May 28th, 2015
NCVLI in the News
Alexandra Kinsella is a writing contest winner for NCVLI’s 2014 Conference. She just completed her second year at the University of Colorado School of Law.
Intern Spotlight: Courtney Kiehl is one of NCVLI’s Legal Interns for the Summer of 2014 and just completed her second year at Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law.