In 1990, Arizona voters passed Proposition 104, a ballot initiative that amended the State Constitution, providing for a Victim's Bill of Rights. In 1991, the Arizona Legislature passed statutes to define and implement the rights accorded to victims of crime under Article II, Section 2.1 of the Arizona Constitution. These rights impact the victim at every stage of the criminal justice process.
If you have any questions after reviewing your rights, we encourage you to contact either the Deputy County Attorney prosecuting the case, or the victim notification legal assistant at (928) 679-8215.
Additional services are available through Victim/Witness Services for Coconino County. They can be reached at (928) 679-7770. For additional information, visit their website.
Victims' Rights Reference Guides
The following guides provide information about your rights as a victim and the steps in the criminal process: