To be present at all criminal proceedings where the defendant has that right.
To confer with the prosecutor regarding bail hearings, guilty pleas, pleadings of insanity, hearings, sentencing and probation revocation hearings.
To be present at any hearing in which the defendant is present before a probation and parole hearing officer and to full participation in all phases of parole hearings or probation revocation hearings.
To be heard at juvenile probation revocation hearings, probation revocation and parole hearings initiated by the board of probation and parole, and release proceedings for persons found guilty by reason of insanity. Victims also may offer a written statement, video or audio tape in lieu of a personal appearance.
To protection from harmful threats from a defendant for activities arising out of cooperation with law enforcement officials, and the right to a secure waiting area during a court proceeding.
To speed disposition of cases and speedy appellate review.
To fair employment rights (including the right of a victim, witness or member of a victim's family not to be discharged or disciplined b an employer for honoring a subpoena or for participating in the preparation of a criminal proceeding).
To regain property from a prosecutor of law enforcement officer once it is no longer needed for evidence or retention during an appeal (within five working days upon request) unless it is contraband or subject to forfeiture proceedings.
To creditor intercession services by the prosecuting attorney if the victim is unable, as a result of the crime, to temporarily meet financial obligations.
To limit compensation for out-of-pocket loss and for qualified medical care necessary as a result of the crime.