Crime Victim Rights and the Courts-DC Public Safety-NOVA

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Transcript available at http://media.csosa.gov/podcast/transcripts/2010/05/crime-victim-rights-and-the-courts-dc-public-safety-nova/

The program interviews Will Marling, Executive Director of the National Organization for Victim Assistance and The Honorable Richard Barajas, Chief Justice, Senior Status, Texas Court of Appeals. Both addressed a judicial view of victim rights.

The program was produced by the National Organization for Victim Assistance. The website for NOVA is www.trynova.org.

The program is hosted by Leonard Sipes. The producer is Timothy Barnes.

Terms: court, judicial, victim, victim rights, crime victim, judge, NOVA

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  1. San Diego Lasik says

    As a doctor being educated in crimes and victims of crimes it is important to remember there are crime victim assistance programs throughout the United States. Finding the most appropriate program may involve calling several different numbers and/or visting multiple websites, but you will find help.

  2. Search on Music says

    I saw the program on the web. I really find it useful. The program interviews Will Marling, Executive Director of the National Organization for Victim Assistance and The Honorable Richard Barajas, Chief Justice, Senior Status, Texas Court of Appeals. Both addressed a judicial view of victim rights.
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    more posts by you.

  3. labatterie says

    As a doctor being educated in crimes and victims of crimes it is important to remember there are crime victim assistance programs throughout the United States.

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    thanks for the page!!

  5. hdmi splitter says

    We need more programs like this, for the purpose to create awareness in our communities. People sometimes don’t want to learn about our justice system, therefore they ignore a lot of information about it and how it is of benefit to our society.

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    I agree with
    I saw the program on the web. I really find it useful. The program interviews Will Marling, Executive Director of the National Organization for Victim Assistance and The Honorable Richard Barajas, Chief Justice, Senior Status, Texas Court of Appeals. Both addressed a judicial view of victim rights.

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