Note, The Voices of Victims: Debating the Appropriate Role of Fraud Victim Allocution Under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act
The economic collapse of 2008 witnessed the greatest explosion of financial fraud cases in recent memory. The Crime Victims’ Rights Acts (CVRA), a federal statute granting victims rights in court, gives victims of financial swindlers a day in court to recount their financial hardships—a process known as victim allocution. The CVRA also gives victims the […]
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