This is a legal form that was released by the North Carolina Court System - a government authority operating within North Carolina. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is AOC-CR-182?
A: AOC-CR-182 is a form used in North Carolina for filing a motion and order to enforce the rights of a crime victim.
Q: Who can use AOC-CR-182?
A: Any crime victim in North Carolina can use AOC-CR-182 to enforce their rights.
Q: What does AOC-CR-182 do?
A: AOC-CR-182 allows crime victims to request the court to enforce their rights, such as receiving notice of court proceedings, being heard at hearings, and receiving restitution.
Q: How do I fill out AOC-CR-182?
A: You need to provide your personal information, details about the crime, and explain why you believe your rights as a crime victim have been violated.
Q: Is there a fee to file AOC-CR-182?
A: There is usually no fee to file AOC-CR-182, but you should check with the court for any local requirements or fees.
Q: What happens after I file AOC-CR-182?
A: The court will review your motion and may schedule a hearing to determine if your rights as a crime victim have been violated. They may also issue an order to enforce your rights.
Q: Can I get legal assistance to fill out AOC-CR-182?
A: You may want to consult with an attorney or seek help from victim advocates to ensure you understand the process and properly fill out the form.
Download a fillable version of Form AOC-CR-182 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the North Carolina Court System.