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Beaverton City Attorney's Office - Victim Rights Request - Business

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  2. Restitution

    In a criminal case, restitution can only be ordered by the court upon the conviction of the defendant. The judge makes the final determination on the amount to order based upon the defendant’s ability to repay. Restitution cannot be ordered in a criminal proceeding for general, non-specific or civil damages.

  3. Are you requesting restitution?*

  4. Corporations Not Eligible for Victim Rights

    Corporations (Examples: Walmart, Sears, Lowe’s) are not considered victims and not eligible for victim rights [Oregon Constitution Article 1 Section 42, subsection 6c, defines “Victim” as any person determined by the prosecuting attorney or the court to have suffered direct financial, psychological or physical harm as a result of a crime.]

  5. Is your company a sole proprietorship or a partnership?

    Sole Proprietorship: Owned and run by one natural person and in which there is no legal distinction between the owner and the business
    Partnership: Operation between two or more individuals who share management and profits

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