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Advice for victims of hate crime (Nepalese)

This leaflet describes the support Victim Information and Advice (VIA) can provide, and explains the legal process when a hate crime is reported.


Advice for victims of hate crime (Nepalese)

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This leaflet is for victims of, and/or witnesses to, a hate crime. It answers questions about the legal process for a hate crime, what a trial will involve, and tells you when you may have to attend court.