What is a victim advocate?
A victim advocate is an employee of the Prosecutor’s Office who provides assistance to victims of crime. The advocate acts as a liaison between the victim or witness and the assistant prosecuting attorney. Advocates understand the criminal process and will attempt to explain each step of the criminal process to the victim or witness and answer any questions they might have.

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1. How can I find out if a person is in jail?
2. How do I obtain legal advice or assistance?
3. What are your office hours?
4. How do I obtain my court case information?
5. How do I file criminal charges against an individual?
6. Who is the prosecuting attorney handling my case?
7. What is a victim advocate?
8. As a witness or victim, do I need a lawyer to appear with me?
9. Will I get paid for appearing in court as a witness?
10. Will the case be continued if I am not there?
11. I received a subpoena to appear in court, what should I do?