If you are a crime victim and have suffered physical, psychological, or economic harm as a direct result of any felony, assault and battery, stalking, sexual battery, attempted sexual battery, or driving while under the influence (DWI), you may be entitled to the following services.
From further harm and threats of harm
Waiting area separate from the accused during court proceedings
Parole input for crimes occurring prior to January 1, 1995
Plea Agreement Consultation
Confidentiality of address and telephone numbers
Closed preliminary hearing in limited situations
Use of two way closed circuit television in limited situations
Victim's Bill of Rights
As a victim or witness of a crime, you have certain rights under the Victim's Bill of Rights. There are specific steps you need to take in order to receive those rights. The Loudoun County Victim Witness Program can provide information on what steps you need to take.