These rights also apply to victims of juvenile crime, including victims who suffer property loss.
A judge, attorney for the state, peace officer or law enforcement agency is not liable for a failure or inability to provide a right enumerated herein.
The Crime Victims'
Compensation program is available to assist victims of violent crime with
expenses associated with the crime. In order to receive financial
assistance from the fund, victims must complete an application for
benefits. The fund is able to pay for a variety of expenses including:
What Victims may qualify?
Victim Services Program will assist you in applying for and obtaining benefits
from Crime Victims' Compensation. For more information or to apply, click the
Attorney General of Texas Crime Victims' Compensation
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