Date: 2010-05-15 02:02 pm (UTC)
He takes a very practical approach to the whole process. Generally, for us, we don't involve the lawyers at all. The paperwork is completely filled out by the attorneys from whatever volunteer organization is helping the victim (Catholic Services, often, but we also have a bunch of area-specific organizations like Southeast Asia, RAKSHA, etc). The only part my supervisor has to fill out is the small police portion, where he simply certifies whether or not the victim is cooperating. It takes about ten minutes, all told. Quite a few times, I've had to fill out the paperwork, tell him about it, and then he signs off on it. So I've gotten well acquainted with the process!

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