crime, victim, compensation, victims of crime act of 1973, legislative grace, moral obligation


This comment analyzes and explains the major provisions of Title I of the proposed Victims of Crime Act of 1973, proposed federal legislation to compensate victims of criminal acts. The comment discusses the scope of compensation, limitations and requirements for recovery, and procedures for the disposition of claims.

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Criminal Law Commons



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