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5 Ways You Can Take Care of Yourself After Being the Victim of a Crime

July 30, 2018

5 Ways You Can Take Care of Yourself After Being the Victim of a Crime

Being the victim of a crime is a harrowing experience that can be difficult to heal from. At to find out how we can help. Otherwise, read on for five ways you can take care of yourself after suffering from the trauma of being the victim of a…

3 Reasons College Crimes Should Be Taken More Seriously

June 22, 2018

3 Reasons College Crimes Should Be Taken More Seriously

Have you or your child been the victim of a discrimination due to their sex, been harassed, or had violence exercised upon their rights in a way that falls under Title IX? If so, you can count on to take your case seriously. We are here to help with it all, from school hearings to filing criminal complaints – all while protecting you from retaliation.

Read on to find out why these college crimes are even more serious than you think and then reach out to us at …

Sentencing postponed for DUI driver who struck Cal State Fullerton student in hit-and-run

February 12, 2018

Victims Right Attorneys Define Victim Advocates

August 25, 2015

Victims Right Attorneys Define Victim AdvocatesVictims right attorneys know that surviving a crime is one of the biggest challenges you will face. You have made it through the crime, but now you must negotiate the days, weeks and months that follow. They will be difficult. At times you may be tempted to give up, but that’s why you need the help of a victims rights attorney.

What Is a Victim Advocate?

These attorneys are similar in many ways to a victim advocate. Victims right attorneys and advocates are highly-trained professionals who help victims make a successful recovery in the wake of a crime. Many people…

Victims Right Attorneys Discusses Hate Crime Victims

July 29, 2015

Victims Right Attorneys Discusses Hate Crime VictimsVictims right attorneys may be able to help you if you are the victim of a hate crime. A hate crime is defined as any intentional, methodical crime that is executed with the intent to cause harm due to the victim’s race or any other prejudice or bias on behalf of the perpetrator. Hate crimes are an intentionally broad legal category to fit a variety of scenarios in which the motivation of the perpetrator is to harm the victim because of an identifying group to which he or she belongs. A victims rights attorney may help the victims…