Victim Justice and Human Rights

  • Madhu Kumari
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  • Madhu Kumari

    LL.M. student at Amity Law School, Amity University, Rajasthan, India

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Crime has a significant impact on a lot of victims. People who experience harm, whether it be physical, social, or financial, should have access to justice. The impact of crime on victims has recently taken focus away from criminal law jurisdiction, and it has been concluded that victims should be treated empathetically and that their fundamental rights must be upheld. Today victimology is a new area of criminology that focuses on understanding the viewpoint of victims. Protecting crime victims is a significant source of concern because conditions are not improving globally. Simple compensation aims to make up for what would otherwise be considered unlawful injuries to people or their property. It has been mentioned in accordance with several sections of the Motor Vehicle Act of 1988, The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, and the Code of Criminal Procedure. Understanding the victims' point of view, the necessity of victim compensation, Indian regulations and statutes, and the judicial trend around victim compensation are the main topics of this essay.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 1700 - 1707


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