2020 Wyoming Statutes
Title 14 - Children
Chapter 6 - Juveniles
Article 5 - Victims of Delinquent Acts
Section 14-6-508 - Victims Have a Right to Preservation of Employment.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 14-6-508 (2020)

14-6-508. Victims have a right to preservation of employment.

(a) A victim who responds to a subpoena in a delinquency proceeding during working hours shall not suffer any change in terms of employment solely because of the act of responding to a subpoena.

(b) A victim, upon request, shall be assisted by law enforcement agencies, the prosecuting attorney or the attorney for the accused delinquent in informing an employer that the need for victim cooperation may necessitate the absence of the victim from work.

(c) A victim, who as a direct result of a delinquent act or of cooperation with law enforcement agencies, prosecuting attorney or the attorney for the accused delinquent, experiences financial hardship, shall be assisted by those agencies, the prosecuting attorney or the attorney for the accused delinquent in explaining to employers and creditors the reasons for that financial hardship.

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