Step 5 – Well prepared for the criminal hearing
You will receive a letter stating when the criminal hearing is. Keep the following in mind when speaking during the criminal hearing:
- Don’t use swear words. If you start cursing, the judge may decide that you are no longer allowed to speak.
- The suspect may be present in the room during the right to speak.
- Press may be present in court. Journalists may only portray you or record your statement if you give permission. However, journalists are allowed to report what you have said. Don’t want anything to come out of your statement? You can ask the judge to allow the right to speak behind closed doors.
- You can be called as a witness as a result of your statement . For example, if you provide information in your statement about what happened or about the evidence. Or if your statement differs from your previous statements. The judge or the suspect’s lawyer can ask you questions about this.
Also read: right to be forgotten help
Who can speak?
The following persons can use the right to speak:
- The victim himself.
- The next of kin of the deceased victim. These can be: parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, uncles and aunts. A maximum of 3 surviving relatives can exercise the right to speak.
- The legal representatives of a minor victim.
- The partner and 1 other family member. This applies in the event that a victim or next of kin is mentally or physically unable to speak for themselves.
- An authorized representative who speaks on behalf of the victim.
- A person under the age of 12 may only speak if the judge gives permission to do so.
When is someone eligible to speak?
You have received a letter from the Public Prosecution Service that you are entitled to speak. On the wish form you can indicate whether you want to make use of this. Whether you have the right to speak depends on the crime. You have the right to speak:
- in crimes for which the perpetrator can receive a prison sentence of 8 years or more,
- in a number of other crimes such as stalking, threats and a traffic accident resulting in serious bodily injury or death.
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Sometimes you need to delete customer data to comply with data protection and privacy rules. Pardot offers all kinds of features to help you comply with the obligations of the GDPR. With Salesforce, customers can delete personal data at both an individual and organizational level. At an individual level, after a request from the data subject, customers can permanently delete the relevant data by creating a support ticket (Help article will be published in April).
Also read: help with right to be forgotten
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