Civil practice attorneys are sometimes confronted with a situation in which their clients are victims of a crime. In such situations, there are a number of complex issues to consider when deciding whether to bring the matter to the attention of law enforcement or administrative authorities. In general, the issues include assessing the client’s goals in pursuing a law enforcement approach, determining which of a number of possible law enforcement entities to approach, and how best to craft the “pitch.”

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