To a reasonable disposition and prompt and final conclusion of the case.
To be treated with fairness, respect and dignity and to be free from intimidation, harassment, or abuse and informed of a victim's constitutional rights.
Be reasonably informed when the accused or convicted person is arrested, released from custody, or has escaped.
Be informed of and present at all criminal proceedings which are dispositive of the charges where the defendant has the right to be present.
To be allowed to submit either a written or oral statement at all hearings affecting bond or bail.
To be heard at any proceeding involving a post-arrest, a plea, or sentencing.
Be reasonably protected from the accused or persons acting on his behalf throughout the criminal justice process.
To confer with the prosecution after the crime against the victim has been charged, before the trial, or before any disposition, and informed of the disposition.
To have reasonable access after the conclusion of the criminal investigation to all documents relating to the crime against the victim before trial.
To receive prompt and full restitution from the convicted persons.
To be informed of any proceeding when any post-conviction action or hearing, and be present at any hearing.