Civil Justice for Victims of Crime in Florida
The training seminars are FREE, but space is limited.
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Civil Justice for Victims of Crime in Florida will explore how victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, child sex abuse, drunk driving, homicide, workplace violence, terrorism, elder abuse, identity theft, and financial and property crimes can use civil lawsuits to:
- obtain justice,
- hold responsible parties accountable,
- prevent future crimes, and
- obtain the financial resources victims need to rebuild their lives.
The program will cover resources and strategies for victims considering civil lawsuits, and will include a panel of attorneys to answer specific questions about Florida law. The training is completely free, and we will serve a complimentary breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack.
During this seminar, attendees will learn:
- What victims gain through civil actions
- Which civil options are available
- Where victims can find a lawyer
- How victim service providers can help
Choose a seminar near you!
All seminars run from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.
- Jacksonville: Florida Coastal School of Law - May 9, 2018
- Orlando: Vitas Healthcare - May 10, 2018
- Miami: St. Thomas School of Law - May 15, 2018
- West Palm Beach: Palm Beach State College - May 16, 2018
- Tampa: University of Tampa - May 18, 2018
Click on an event above to view full details on each of the seminar locations.
This free seminar is open to all who work with victims seeking civil justice, including victim advocates, mental health service providers, law enforcement, social workers, sexual assault/forensic nurse examiners, prosecutors, and probation/parole officers.
- Florida Council Against Sexual Violence
- Safe Children Coalition
- Victim Service Center of Central Florida
This information will be tailored to Florida law. For more information on these and future seminars, call the National Center for Victims of Crime at (202) 467-8700.
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