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Learn more about Victims’ Rights & The Legal Process
The South Carolina Victims' Bill of Rights was passed on January 22, 1998, as a constitutional amendment. Review those enumerated rights here.
Crime victims' rights enforcement is an emerging area of the law in South Carolina and across the United States. This resource provides lawyers new to victims' rights enforcement with a guide to our state's applicable laws.
The Survival Guide answers basic questions about legal processes, terms, and conditions that affect a victim after a crime has occurred.
An interactive workshop detailing the Crime Victims' Bill of Rights and highlighting strategies in navigating the system, with examples of how to tackle commonly encountered issues in enforcement.