Ohio has taken steps to assist victims of crime by enacting Revised Code sections 2743.51-.72.1 It is the purpose of this comment to review the provisions of the Ohio law, comparing it with the statutes of other states and making a preliminary assessment of its impact, strengths, and weaknesses, based on approximately two years of experience with the law in its present form. Comparison will be made with the provisions of the Uniform Crime Victims Reparation Act, drafted and approved by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws in 1973.
"Reparation Awards To Victims of Crimes in Ohio,"
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