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Vermont Model – Victim-Centered Approach to Restitution

Elaine Boyce, Theo
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) In The Crime Victims Report. 11(6):81, 82,94.

“Vermont is the first state to establish a restitution fund in order to ensure that at least a portion of criminal restitution ordered will be received by crime victims and servivors. … Finally, she observed that the courts have no system in place to help carry out their statutory obligations to follow through on the imposition of restitution.”


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