If you are the victim of a crime, you have certain rights in the state of Arizona. You have the right to be present at all hearings and to provide input as to release and sentencing decisions. Upon request, you have the right to be notified of all proceedings and any change in custody status for the defendant. You will be treated with fairness respect and dignity throughout the process.
Victims' Bill of Rights
If you would like to read the entire Victims’ Bill of Rights, taken from the Arizona Constitution, Article 2, Section 2.1, you can access it via the Arizona Attorney General's website.
To discuss a case in Pinal County, you may contact the Pinal County Attorney’s Victim Services Department at 520-866-6813, or access their website.