Victim's Rights

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Victim's Bill of Rights

Arizona leads the nation in the most victim's rights provided. In addition to statutes, Arizona has a constitutional amendment for victim's rights. Learn about these rights here.


County Resources for Domestice Violence Victims

Just click on your County below to find information and phone numbers for the courts, counseling, legal aid, victim assistance, shelters, safe houses and more.




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Question: Myfather was murdered and I was told that since Iam family and they have made an arrest andlet him go am I allowed to see case files?
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Question: I was involved in a Granny scam. I deposited $4930 into a CHASE account in LHC, AZ. When I discovered it was fraud I went to the bank for help. With the help of and FBI agent the account has been frozen with approx 1/2 the money. The bank indicated I must get a court order to get the funds released to me. I have called numerous lawyers and have had no success in getting help. Since this is fraud I have fictitious names and no addresses of involved individuals. What can I do and who can help me get this court order?
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Question: i RECENTLY HAD A GIRLFRIEND THAT I WANTED OUT OF MY HOUSE. uPON LEAVING WHEN I WAS NAPPING SHE TOOK IT UPON HERSELF TO GOUGE UP THE FACE OF MY GUITAR AND PUT NAIR IN MY SHAMPOO BOTTLE. wHAT ARE MY RIGHTS
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Question: My teenage daughter and I were both arrest for domestic violence and both of us were prosecuted. Same case yet we were both identified as defendants which very effectively eliminated any accountability especially by the courts to address "Victim's Rights" at all. The words "dominate aggressor" does not exist , at least not in the statues in AZ. So my question is: How do the courts justify this? Is this ethical? Every justification so far has been absolutely absurd. Have you thought this through at all? Obviously: no victim, double fees, more income, more DV programs as Dual arrests increase
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Question: My mom recently took her car in for brake change..she even supplied the breaks..left her name and phone number and said she would be back at 4pm to pick it up..she goes back to pick it up and the bill is $590..they did all her rotars too.which she is not disputing she might of needed them..but noone from the comoany called her and asked her if she wanted this extra work done..and now she is stuck with this $590 bill she wasnt expecting..jus went in for brakes
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