Prosecutors are public servants, not hunters.
zit.: Hofrätin Mag. Ilse-Maria Vrabl-Sanda, Head of the Austrian Economic and Corruption Prosecutor’s Office
Often, therefore, public prosecutors and investigative authorities cannot provide sufficient assistance to victims in obtaining all the evidence required by the courts in more complex proceedings
In the hunt for evidence, that complies with court requirements in order to avert major damages, it would therefore be unreasonable for injured victims to blindly rely on the investigative work of overburdened officials who, by definition, are not hunters.
Österreichische Justizopfer-Hilfe helps with difficult investigations by providing high-quality services and detectives.
The program “Reward for Justice” of the Austrian Justice Victim Assistance
rewards in the amount of 100.000.– Euro,
for reliable information leading to the clarification of claims in the amount of 1 million euros or more.
For relevant information, that leads to the successful defense against financial losses of 1 million Euros or more, notary-insured rewards in the amount of 100,000 Euros are offered.
Even in cases where the public prosecutor’s office is not yet investigating or the aggrieved party has not yet realized his or her damages, we will pay out
bonuses in the amount of 100,000 Euros
evidence documents, and
information relevant to the court’s decision
with which damages in the amount of 1 million Euro or more could be averted before occurrence or successfully recovered after occurrence of the damage.
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