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Superior Court Seeks Comment on Changes to Crime Victims Compensation Program Rules

May 07, 2021

The Superior Court of the District of Columbia recently completed its review of proposed amendments to Rules 9 and 13 of the Crime Victims Compensation Program, removing the itemized list of eligible expenses as well as the requirements to provide a Social Security number and a Medical Expense and Treatment Verification Form.

The Rules Committee will recommend that the Superior Court Board of Judges approve the amendments unless, after consideration of comments by the bar and general public, the proposed changes are withdrawn or modified. View the full text of the notice, including the language of the proposed new rule. 

Written comments must be submitted by June 14, 2021, via email to [email protected] or by mail to:

Laura M.L. Wait
Associate General Counsel
District of Columbia Courts
500 Indiana Ave, NW, Room 6715
Washington, DC 20001

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