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How to Track an Offender’s Case as a Victim of Crime

Published on Jan 31, 2018 at 2:08 pm in Safety Advocacy.
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If you were the victim of a violent crime in Missouri and have filed a case against your offender, you may be in a position where you feel helpless. Information and updates can be hard to come by and the hours, days, and weeks can seem to crawl by as you wait to find out how the case resolved. Luckily, there are ways in which you can track the offender’s case yourself. We’re going to tell you about those options today.

If you want to track an offender’s case as it moves its way through the criminal justice system in Missouri, you have two options: Vinelink and Missouri Case Net. Beyond working with the prosecutor or with the victim’s advocate, you can use these online options to track a case and keep notified of case updates.

Below is a step by step tutorial on how you can use Vinelink to track an offender’s case:

Below is a step by step tutorial on how you can use Missouri Case.net to track an offender’s case:

If you’re considering opening a case against an offender who committed a violent crime to you or someone you love, you deserve to know that you can take legal action against the offender and potentially receive compensation that can go towards recovery costs and more. Missouri residents are able to do so with Missouri’s Crime Victim’s Compensation Program. Click here to learn more about this program.

Additionally, if you have any questions about opening a case or filing a claim, feel free to get in touch with Thomas Law Offices today. We can help you move forward.

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Tad Thomas has dedicated his practice to representing plaintiffs in various types of civil litigation, including personal injury, business litigation, class actions, and multi-district litigation.

After graduating with his law degree in 2000 from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, Mr. Thomas immediately opened his own private practice and began representing injury victims.

In 2011, Thomas Law Offices was established in Louisville, Kentucky. Over the past decade, Mr. Thomas has expanded his firm and now has offices in three additional locations: Cincinnati, Ohio, Columbia, Missouri, and Chicago, Illinois. He is also a frequent lecturer on topics like trial skills and ethics and technology.

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