Victim’s Compensation: Issues and Challenges

  • Sangeet Saroha
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  • Sangeet Saroha

    Research Scholar at School of Law Justice and Governance, G.B.U, India

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Victims have the right to seek redress for the harm they have grieved as an effect of the crime. This right is distinct from and distinct from the right to retribution, which is the responsibility of the State in a society governed by the Rule of Law. However, if the state fails to fulfil this obligation, the state must still create a mechanism to ensure that the victim's claim to compensation for his injuries is not denied. As a result, the needs and rights of crime victims should be prioritized in the entire response to crime. Victim compensation is a distinguished process of victim protection. This article shall deal with the victim’s compensation, its background and some issues and challenges pertaining to the topic.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 3034 - 3041


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