1. To be treated with fairness and respect for the victim’s dignity and privacy.
2. To be reasonable protected from the accused.
3. To be notified of any decision to dispose of an alleged offense at court-martial, NJP, or admin separation proceedings.
4. To be present at all public court-martial, NJP, and admin separation proceedings, unless the court or legal advisor, after receiving clear and convincing evidence, determines that testimony by the victim would be materially altered if the victim head other testimony at that proceeding. This right does not obligate the government to pay for expenses incurred by the victim to be present.
5. To be reasonably heard at any public involving release, plea, sentencing, or parole of the accused. This right does not obligate the government to pay for expenses incurred by the victim to be present.
6. To confer with the attorney for the government in the case.
7. To receive information about the conviction, sentence, confinement, and release of the accused.
8. To be notified of the apprehension of an accused, the initial appearance of an accused before a military judge, the release of the accused pending court-martial, any escape of the accused, and the time and location of any trial, NJP, or admin separation proceedings (including entry of guilty pleas and sentencing).
9. To proceedings free from unreasonable delay.
10. To receive available restitution.