I was the victim of a crime and have out-of-pocket loss. Who can I talk to?

If you are listed as a victim in the police report, you should receive a Restitution Letter from our office requesting you to fill out the forms and return proof of loss and replacement value for court purposes. You will need to complete these forms and return them to seek restitution through the court. We can only seek recovery of tangible loss or repair (ex: insurance deductibles, replacement or repair of a damaged/stolen item, uncovered medical expenses). We cannot seek restitution for pain and suffering. If you do not receive a letter from our office, please contact us at 509-585-4274 or by email.

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2. I received a subpoena. What do I do?
3. How do I get a No Contact Order dropped?
4. I have received a subpoena but I don’t know why and/or I am unavailable for those dates. What do I do?
5. I was the victim of a crime and have out-of-pocket loss. Who can I talk to?
6. How do I find out what happened at a court date?
7. How do I get additional information to the prosecutor about my case?