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During Election 2012, one of the top issues for debate involves National Crime Victims' Rights for homeowners who become Victims of Crimes after they have purchased real estate property in the Village of Lombard, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois. Many Lombard homeowners become victims of theft, robbery, kidnapping, abuse, torture, harassment, damages and losses, smuggling from criminals who target Lombard residents after they have purchased real estate property in DuPage County, Illinois USA. National Crime Victims' Rights for Compensation and Victims' Assistance is a real issue for debate during Election 2012 in the USA.
Since September 2, 1993, Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor and Surviving Family, Daughter Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler, Son-in-law Nathan Scott Wittler Patriquin are Lombard resident homeowners at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard who have become Illinois Victims of Heinous Hate Crimes in District 5, near St. Pius X Catholic Church, the Deicke Home for the Retarded, Easter Seals of Lombard in DuPage County, Westmore Elementary School, the Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White Drivers Motor Vehicles Facility at Eastgate Shopping Center and the Islamic Foundation Center on Highridge Road in Villa Park, Illinois USA.
The Crime Victims' Rights Act was signed into law on October 30, 2004. Under the Constitution, inalienable victims' rights include the following:
1. The right to attend criminal justice proceedings;
2. The right to apply for compensation;
3. The right to be heard and participate in the criminal justice proceedings;
4. The right to be informed of proceedings and events in the criminal justice process, of legal rights and remedies, and of available services;
5. The right to protection from intimidation and harassment;
6. The right to restitution from the offender;
7. The right to prompt return of personal property seized as evidence;
8. The right to a speedy trial;
9. The right to enforcement of these rights;
10. The right to appeal denial of constitutional victims' rights.
11. The right to be treated like a human being.
12. The right to be included in civil proceedings.