Victim & Witness
Victim FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
Concerns about your well-being and safety after being victimized or witnessing a crime are normal.
If you have any fears or receive any threats concerning your involvement in a case, you should immediately contract the law enforcement agency that investigated the case, or the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
In a emergency situation, call 911.
Do so as soon as possible so that the threats can be documented and appropriate action taken.
There are laws to protect you against people who attempt to bribe, intimidate, threaten, or harass you.
All witness fee payments are made by check from the County.