Request an Amicus Brief
NCVLI participates as amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) in victims’ rights cases in state, federal, and military courts, when the issue the court is considering will have significant impacts on crime victims. We lend our expertise to elevate victims’ voices beyond a single case.
Amicus Brief Request
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Due to the high volume of requests that we receive, priority is given to requests for cases involving rights enforcement in criminal cases that will set precedent for other crime victims. In addition, we give priority to cases identified by members of NCVLI’s membership alliance – the National Alliance of Victims’ Rights Attorneys and Advocates (NAVRA). If you are not yet a member learn more here: www.navra.org.
Your request will be acknowledged and then reviewed for determination of whether we can participate. You will be notified regarding that assessment within three (3) weeks.
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