How will I receive my court ordered restitution?

Once the defendant has been sentenced and ordered to pay restitution, they will be required to make monthly payments to the Clerk of Court. The Clerk of Court will then mail the check to you, the victim. If your address changes you will need to contact the Victim/Witness Coordinator to inform them of your new contact information.

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1. How do I get a No Contact Order?
2. What if charges have not been filed but I would still like a No Contact Order?
3. Are my children covered by the No Contact Order in my criminal court case?
4. How do I cancel a No Contact Order if I'm the victim of domestic violence?
5. What if I'm the victim of sexual assault and I do not want to report it to law enforcement or charges have not been filed and I want a No Contact Order?
6. What if I no longer want to press charges?
7. How long does the criminal justice process take?
8. Why have I not heard anything about the case in which I am a victim?
9. I have moved out of state. Does this mean the charge will be dropped?
10. Why is the trial date being reset and why is this case taking so long to go to trial?
11. What is a subpoena?
12. I received a subpoena for a day/time that I have to work. What do I do?
13. What is a deposition?
14. What types of out-of-pocket expenses can I claim for restitution?
15. Can I ask for pain and suffering?
16. If a case has been dismissed or the jury found the defendant not guilty, do I still receive restitution?
17. What is a Victim Impact Statement and what should I include?
18. How will I receive my court ordered restitution?
19. What do I do if I have not received my court ordered restitution from the defendant?