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NCVLI provides technical assistance only. It does not provide legal advice.
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Any technical assistance provided does not substitute for independent research, analysis or determination of the facts of any particular situation or the law. Answering the questions in the form below does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and NCVLI. The information you provide is collected solely for the purpose of facilitating a response to your request. NCVLI will not distribute the information provided to other entities without your express consent.
Due to the high volume of requests that we receive, priority is given to requests from Enhanced NAVRA members, partners on NCVLI’s grant projects, and requests regarding rights enforcement tied to cases in active litigation. Your request will be acknowledged and then reviewed for determination of whether and what assistance we can provide. You will be notified regarding that assessment within 14 days.
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Requests are viewed between the hours of 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday.
If you are a victim seeking help, please note that NCVLI generally does not provide direct legal representation and cannot give legal advice. For this reason we will only respond to requests submitted by victims’ rights attorneys, advocates, and other allied professionals. To find resources as a victim please use the following databases:
NCVLI’s Victim Resource Database (Please note that our database is currently undergoing widespread updates and corrections.)
Office for Victims of Crime Database
If you are in need of an attorney, a number of different organizations have compiled links to legal resources that can assist with finding an attorney nationwide. The American Bar Association’s FindLegalHelp.org website, for example, includes information that can assist with finding an attorney who could help on a range of different legal issues (https://www.americanbar.org/groups/legal_services/flh-home/). Many state bar associations also offer lawyer referral services that may be able to help connect you with an attorney.
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