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1. I am a victim of a crime that your office is prosecuting and law enforcement has taken my property for evidentiary purposes. How and when do I get my property returned to me?
2. I am a victim of a crime that your office is prosecuting and I have suffered a monetary loss because of the crime committed. How do I get restitution?
3. I'm a victim of a crime and had some of my property seized by the police during their investigation. How do I get my property back?
4. Can the criminal division provide legal advice to members of the general public?
5. Can the County Attorney or his deputies refer me to a private attorney?
6. Can I speak directly with the prosecutor about my case if I am represented by an attorney?
7. How do I get my stolen property returned to me if it was sold to a pawn shop?
8. What is a “criminal history” and how can I get a copy of mine or run a background check?