Michal Gayoso, Jr.

Crawford County Attorney

Guide for Crime Victims:

 AS A VICTIM OF THIS CRIME, WE WANT TO GIVE YOU THE CHANCE TO SHARE YOUR FEELINGS ABOUT HOW THE CRIME HAS AFFECTED YOU.


WHILE WE REALIZE IT MAY BE HARD TO PUT IT IN WRITING, WE FEEL IT IS IMPORTANT TO HAVE YOUR THOUGHTS.


STATE IN YOUR OWN WORDS HOW THIS CRIME HAS AFFECTED YOU AND/OR YOUR FAMILY. THIS INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT IN THE OFFICIAL CASE FILE AND WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PRE-SENTENCE INVESTIGATION AND THE JUDGE BEFORE SENTENCING OF THE DEFENDANT/OFFENDER IF CONVICTED OF THE CRIMES CHARGED.

IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO MAKE A STATEMENT: PLEASE CHECK THIS BOX AND ENTER YOUR NAME AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
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Thank you! Your Victim Impact Statement has been submitted successfully to the County Attorney's Office. Our victim coordinator, will be contacting you for additional information if needed.

***SUBMISSION OF THIS VICTIM STATEMENT IS INTENDED SOLELY FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME. IF YOU ARE NOT THE VICTIM OF A CRIME AND SUBMIT THIS FORM, YOU MAY BE CHARGED WITH A FELONY***


"Making false information is making, generating, distributing or drawing, or causing to be made, generated, distributed or drawn, any written instrument, electronic data or entry in a book of account with knowledge that such information falsely states or represents some material matter or is not what it purports to be, and with intent to defraud, obstruct the detection of a theft or felony offense or induce official action. Making false information is a severity level 8, nonperson felony."