Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence in Southern California

One of the most important things for victims of domestic violence to know is that they are not alone. Here in Southern California, for example, there are several organizations and individuals ready to support them at every step of the way. Let us tell you more.

The Joyful Child Foundation

The Joyful Child Foundation is non-profit organization dedicated to preventing crimes against children through programs that educate and educate them and their communities. They offer school curricula as well as single-session workshops that teach core safety skills to children and teenagers. You can learn more about their services on their website.

Crime Survivors Resource Center

The Crime Survivors Resource Center is a leading organization helping victims recover mentally, physically, emotionally and financially by receiving the support they need –– including by receiving the protection of law enforcement and the judicial system.

One of the ways the Center executes its mission is by connecting victims with important resources right in the aftermath of their personal tragedies. Since their inception, the Center has helped to distribute almost 500 thousand resource guides and almost 10,000 child & adult victim emergency bags.

Justice 4 Crime Victims

Led by former Orange County Senior Deputy District Attorney Michael Fell, Justice 4 Crime Victims is a law practice devoted entirely to helping victims of violent crime. Mr. Fell is an exceptional attorney with many years of experience behind him and a zealous advocacy on behalf of each one of his clients.

Sone of the ways retaining a lawyer’s services can help you include:

  • Speaking on your behalf in a court and/or sentencing hearing
  • Filing necessary restraining orders
  • Helping you access the services readily available to you

In addition, Michael Fell knows Marsy’s Law very well, one of the leading statutes in these kinds of cases. Since its adoption in 2008, this law has helped countless victims secure dignity and justice in their legal proceedings. Marsy’s Law guarantees certain rights to victims of violent crimes, including:

  • Receiving noticeable notice of all public proceedings related to prosecution of the crime
  • Have their safety considered when setting bail
  • Refuse an interview, discovery, or deposition request made on behalf of the defendant
  • Have property used as evidence returned promptly
  • Receive restitution for losses suffered as a result of criminal activity

Get in Touch Today

If you would like to discuss the particulars of your case and what our office can do for you, scheduler your free consultation today. J4CV’s office is located is Irvine, California. Give us a call when you’re ready: 949-585-9055.