What does it really mean for a victim when they are called to testify in a Federal Court case against their abuser?
To the public following a federal or local trafficking or sex crimes case, it can be both a frustrating and confusing experience. And it can easily look like justice for victims isn’t being served.
To help break down the federal court process, co-host John will share how these kinds of cases involving victims of crime often work, why plea deals are used and what is common courtroom practice.
To lend a fuller perspective, our Survivor Advocate Amanda shares the reality of what many victims of crime experience, and the psychological effect it has on them.