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DON'T BECOME A VICTIM of the Legal System If you have been the victim of a crime, your involvement with the justice system is just beginning. As a crime victim, you have certain rights and obligations within the criminal justice system as well as the opportunity to seek your own justice and receive compensation for your injuries through civil court proceedings. Crime Victim's Guide to Justice explains everything you need to know to get justice. LEARN HOW TO: - Report a crime and get the police to investigate your case - Seek medical and emotional help for yourself - Effectively testify at trial and sentencing -Pursue a civil case against your assailant to win compensation ESSENTIAL INFORMATION ON: - Finding help when you are in an emotional crisis - Obtaining crime victim's compensation - How the court system works and what to expect - Your rights as a victim - And much more ... "The feeling of powerlessness felt by the victim of a senseless crime should be alleviated to some degree by reading [Boland's] explanations and advice." - Booklist "Crime Victim's Guide to Justice should be on the reference shelf of every community library, social services agency, community services center, legal assistance office, and criminal law library in the country." - Bookwatch "[This book] will give you the knowledge and power to forge ahead if something happens to you." - New Woman
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Mary Boland (January 28, 1882 – June 23, 1965) was an American stage and film actress.
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