Understanding your rights to criminal restitution in the State of Washington 1-800-822-1067 Office of Crime Victims Advocacy Office of Crime Victims Advocacy Criminal Restitution are located in each Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
In R. Barnett and J. Hagel III (Eds.), Assessing the criminal: Restitution, retribution, and the legal process (pp. 295-307). Cambridge, MA: Ballinger.
T HE C OLORADO L AWYER / O CTOBER 2001 / V OL . 30, N O . 10 / 125 C olorado law requires a sentencing court to include consideration of restitution when imposing a sentence or approving a de-ferredjudgment and sentence. 1 Imposing restitution on criminal defendants is supported by theories of ...
§ 3663A, and related procedures under the Victim and Witness Protection Act, codified at 18 U.S.C. §§ 3663 and 3664. Because of their far-ranging impact, the MVRA and the VWPA must be consulted regardless of whether the prosecution is resolved via negotiation or litigation.
How crime victims can collect money from a defendant ordered to pay restitution under a criminal restitution order
1 "Looking at the Law," Adair, Federal Probation , May 1989, pp. 85-88, discussed early cases on a defendant's ability to pay - and whether restitution orders can be subsequently modified - two still active issues. 2 "Looking at the Law," Adair, Federal Probation , September 1990, pp. 66-71 ...
Restitution in Federal Cases Summary Federal courts may not order a defendant to pay restitution to the victims of his or her crimes unless authorized to do so.
COLLECTING RESTITUTION Criminal or delinquency case restitution orders remain effective until satisfied in full. (Restitution orders are also not dischargeable in Bankruptcy.
ENFORCING YOUR ORDER The first step in enforcing a criminal restitution order is to obtain an Order for Restitution and Abstract of Judgment (Form CR-110/JV-790) from the criminal or juvenile court ordering an offender to pay restitution.
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING REGARDING CRIMINAL RESTITUTION FOR FAILED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS WHEN THE FDIC IS APPOINTED RECEIVER Summary This Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") between the United States Department of Justice ("DOl") and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ("FDIC ...