For more information visit the Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center’s Marcy’s Law page.
Huber Heights Police Division
You have been a victim of crime and have the following rights: (Marsy’s Law)
- to be treated with fairness and respect for your safety, dignity and privacy;
- upon request, to reasonable and timely notice of all public proceedings involving the criminal offense or delinquent act, and to be present at them;
- to be heard in any hearing involving release, plea, sentencing, disposition, or parole, or in any proceeding in which your rights are implicated;
- to reasonable protection from the accused or any person acting on behalf of the accused;
- upon request, to reasonable notice of release from incarceration (or escape);
- to refuse a request made by the accused or any person acting on behalf of the accused;
- to restitution from the person who committed the criminal offense or delinquent act;
- to proceedings free from unreasonable delay and a prompt conclusion of the case;
- upon request, to confer with the prosecutor; and
- to be informed, in writing, of all rights enumerated in this section.