Across the country, jurisdictions are moving to process previously untested sexual assault kits (SAKS), some of which had remained untested for decades. When such testing results in further investigation or the reopening of cases, victims may need counseling or other services to cope with the impact of the retesting.They may need to travel or take time from work to speak with investigators. To help pay for these services, they may need to seek crime victim compensation.
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