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13-4440 - Notice of petition of factual innocence; right to be heard; hearing
13-4440. Notice of petition of factual innocence; right to be heard; hearing
A. The victim has the right to be present and be heard at any proceeding in which a person's factual innocence is being considered pursuant to section 12-771.
B. The prosecuting agency shall provide written notice of the following to the victim:
1. The date, time and location of the hearing.
2. The victim's right to be present and be heard at the hearing.
C. If the court makes a determination of factual innocence pursuant to section 12-771, the prosecuting agency shall provide the victim with a copy of the court order within fifteen days after the order is entered.