Crime victims have many resources in the civil justice system to help them recover from the effects of a crime. On October 3, attorneys who represent crime victims will conduct a seminar in Charlotte, a free educational training resource that is also being held in Raleigh on October 1.
Leto Copeley will present at the seminar that will focus on the ways that the law can help those that have suffered from such crimes as rape, sex abuse, domestic violence, drunk driving, and elder abuse. In addition to law enforcement officers, social workers, victims advocates, prosecutors, and mental health advocates, other members of the community are invited to attend.
The seminar is sponsored by the National Center for Victims of Crime, and co-sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, the North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police, the North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, North Carolina Victim Assistance Network, and the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence. View the event flyer here.