This document contains official instructions for Form CR-110 , and Form JV-790 . Both forms are released and collected by the California Superior Court. An up-to-date fillable Form CR-110 (JV-790) is available for download through this link.
Q: What is Form CR-110?
A: Form CR-110 is a legal form used in California for a JV-790 Order for Victim Restitution.
Q: What is JV-790?
A: JV-790 is the designation for a specific type of legal order related to victim restitution in California.
Q: What is the purpose of Form CR-110?
A: Form CR-110 is used to request or order victim restitution in a California case.
Q: Who can use Form CR-110?
A: Form CR-110 can be used by prosecutors, judges, or victims to request or order victim restitution.
Q: What is victim restitution?
A: Victim restitution is the court-ordered payment made by a defendant to compensate a crime victim for losses incurred.
Q: Are there any fees for using Form CR-110?
A: There is typically no fee for using Form CR-110, but additional court fees may apply.
Q: What information is required on Form CR-110?
A: Form CR-110 requires information about the defendant, the victim, and the restitution amount requested or ordered.
Q: Are there any deadlines for filing Form CR-110?
A: The deadlines for filing Form CR-110 vary depending on the specific court and case circumstances.
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