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Millions of Americans are victims to crime every year The victims of the crimes should have rights which would entitle them to special benefits which would help them while they would be going through the tough time of a crime Crime is defined a any behavior that is punishable by a fine or by going to prison or even both There are two types of crime There are two types of crime The first type is a felony If a person commits a felony hell be in prison for longer than one year Among the common felonies are murder robbery treason rape and kidnapping The second type of crime is known as a misdemeanor If a person commits a misdemeanor hell be in prison for a year or less Most common misdemeanor are petty theft driving drunk and minor in possession of alcohol Many people move from rural areas in hope to escape crime but there is no way of escaping it No community is crime freeBall In the year of 1999 more that 7 million people were victims to violent crimeBush About 35 million people are victims of crime every yearSonner 350 The crime rates are decreasing which is encouraging but we all must pull together to stop all of the crimeBush When anyone becomes a victim of a crime there are a few steps that are needed for them to make A must report the crime immediately If not immediately within 120 hours from when the crime took place If the crime is not reported within 120 hours the victim will need to good excuse for not reporting it Crime may be reported to police sheriff or any law official After the crime is reported it is very important that the victim cooperates with law enforcements the process will be alot easier and faster if there is cooperation on the victims part There will be alot of paper work and claims that will
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