Mixed Results: US Policy and International Standards on the Rights and Interests of Victims of Crime
Human Rights Watch, 2008 - Justice, Administration of - 42 pages
International standards on the rights and interests of the victims of crime -- International consensus on crime victims' rights and interests -- Crime victims' rights in US domestic law -- US adherence to international standards on the rights and interests of crime victims -- Recommendations -- Acknowledgements.
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