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Suggested Guidelines for Reducing Adverse Effects of Case Continuances on Crime Victims and Witnesses.

Recommendations for Reducing Victim and Witness Intimidation.

Criminal Justice Sentencing Alternatives and Procedural Standards 18-5.9.

Criminal Justice Prosecution Function 3-3.2.

Guidelines Governing Restitution to Victims of Criminal Conduct.

Guidelines for Fair Treatment of Child Witnesses in Cases Where Child Abuse is Alleged.

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