Crimes Covered by the Victim’s Rights Act

The crimes specifically covered by the Victim Rights Act include:

*Homicide
*Assault
*Menacing
*Kidnapping
*Incest
*Robbery
*Ethnic intimidation
*Sexual exploitation of children
*Indecent Exposure
*Crimes against at-risk persons
*Domestic Violence
*Harassment by stalking
*Tampering or retaliating against a witness or victim
*Careless driving resulting in death
*Sexual Assault (both adult and child victims)
*Failure to stop at the scene of an accident involving death
*Intimidation & Aggravated Intimidation of a Victim or Witness
*Violation of a criminal protection order issued against a person charged with sexual assault

The Victim’s Rights Act also includes any criminal attempt, conspiracy, criminal solicitation or accessory involving any of the crimes specified above.