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More rights for victims of crime

More rights for victims of crime

By Victorian Law Reform Commission

Courts 


Changes to the law acknowledge the victim’s role as a participant in proceedings for criminal offences. Snapshot: Victims of crime are being granted more rights in criminal proceedings. Changes to the law implement recommendations of the VLRC. Victims are real and legitimate participants in criminal trials. Victims of crime are being granted more extensive rights in the criminal trial process as a result of changes to the law. The reforms are in response to recommendations in the 2016 report by the Victorian Law Reform Commission (VLRC), The Role of Victims of Crime in the Criminal Trial Process.

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