Post Conviction Victim Rights
After a suspect has been convicted of a crime against a victim, regardless of when the crime occurred and upon written request of that victim, state and local correctional authorities must notify the victim of:
In addition, upon request by the victim, correctional officials will keep confidential the addresses, phone numbers, places of employment, or other personal information about the victim or the victim's immediate family.
If you are contacted by anyone who works on behalf of the defendant's legal team, it is your right to be informed of that person's name and the fact that they are working for the defendant. It is your choice whether or not to speak with a representative of the defendant's legal team.
Following a sentence to probation and upon the written request by a victim, the probation department shall notify the victim of the following information regarding any person who was charged with or convicted of a crime against the victim: