The Victim's Rights Act (VRA)

The Constitution of the State of Colorado [Section 24-4.1-302(1) C.R.S] guarantee certain rights to victims of the following criminal acts:

▪ Murder, Manslaughter, or Homicide

▪ Vehicular Assault or Vehicular Homicide

▪ Assault

▪ Menacing

▪ Kidnapping

▪ Sexual Assault (Adult or Child)

▪ Incest

▪ Child Abuse

▪ Child Prostitution (Includes solicitation, pimping, inducement, or patronizing)

▪ Sexual Exploitation of a Child or Procurement of a Child for such crime

▪ Crimes Against At-Risk Persons

▪ Indecent Exposure

▪ Violation of a Protection Order Issued in a Sexual Assault Case

▪ Robbery

▪ Crimes Associated with Domestic Violence

▪ Careless Driving Resulting in Death

▪ Hit and Run Resulting in Death

▪ Stalking or Harassment by Stalking

▪ Human Trafficking or Coercion of Involuntary Servitude

▪ Burglary (First Degree)

▪ Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification

▪ A Bias Motivated crime

▪ Retaliation, Tampering, or Intimidation of a victim/witness (includes aggravated)

▪ Retaliation against a judge or juror

▪ Any criminal attempt, conspiracy, criminal solicitation, or accessory involving any of the crimes specified above.

If a victim is deceased or incapacitated, rights may be exercised by a spouse, parent, legal guardian, child, sibling, grandparent, grandchild, significant other, or other lawful representative.



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