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39-127. Free copies of police reports and transcripts for crime victims; definitions

A. A victim of a criminal offense that is a part I crime under the statewide uniform crime reporting program or an immediate family member of the victim if the victim is killed or incapacitated has the right to receive one copy of the police report from the investigating law enforcement agency at no charge and, on request of the victim, the court or the clerk of the court shall provide, at no charge, the minute entry or portion of the record of any proceeding in the case that arises out of the offense committed against the victim and that is reasonably necessary for the purpose of pursuing a claimed victim's right.

B. For the purposes of this section, "criminal offense", "immediate family" and "victim" have the same meanings prescribed in section 13-4401.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title39 > 39-127

39-127. Free copies of police reports and transcripts for crime victims; definitions

A. A victim of a criminal offense that is a part I crime under the statewide uniform crime reporting program or an immediate family member of the victim if the victim is killed or incapacitated has the right to receive one copy of the police report from the investigating law enforcement agency at no charge and, on request of the victim, the court or the clerk of the court shall provide, at no charge, the minute entry or portion of the record of any proceeding in the case that arises out of the offense committed against the victim and that is reasonably necessary for the purpose of pursuing a claimed victim's right.

B. For the purposes of this section, "criminal offense", "immediate family" and "victim" have the same meanings prescribed in section 13-4401.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title39 > 39-127

39-127. Free copies of police reports and transcripts for crime victims; definitions

A. A victim of a criminal offense that is a part I crime under the statewide uniform crime reporting program or an immediate family member of the victim if the victim is killed or incapacitated has the right to receive one copy of the police report from the investigating law enforcement agency at no charge and, on request of the victim, the court or the clerk of the court shall provide, at no charge, the minute entry or portion of the record of any proceeding in the case that arises out of the offense committed against the victim and that is reasonably necessary for the purpose of pursuing a claimed victim's right.

B. For the purposes of this section, "criminal offense", "immediate family" and "victim" have the same meanings prescribed in section 13-4401.

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