Rockville, MD, April 23, 2007 – TurningPoint today announced the launch of VictimLaw, a groundbreaking, on-line resource that provides broad access to federal, state, and tribal victims’ rights laws.

Developed by TurningPoint for the National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC) with funding from the U.S. Department of Justice, VictimLaw is the first comprehensive, online database focused on victims’ rights, with more than 15,000 victims’ rights statutes, tribal laws, constitutional amendments, court rules, administrative code provisions, attorney general opinions, and case summaries of related court decisions. The database— located at — is available to victims, victim advocates, researchers, students, attorneys, criminal justice professionals, and anyone who seeks to understand the status of victims’ rights throughout the United States.


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“TurningPoint is pleased to deliver this important web application to NCVC” said TurningPoint CEO Bangalore Shivacharan. “We know it will serve as a powerful tool in advancing the understanding, appreciation, and significance of victims’ rights.”

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