Restitution is the act of making a person “whole”.
There are many cases in which restitution may be ordered.
Cases involving a victim of a crime whose property has been damaged, stolen, unlawfully obtained, converted, or caused to substantially decrease in value may receive court-ordered restitution.
If a victim has incurred medical expenses, direct out-of-pocket expenses, or loss-of-earnings as a direct result of the crime, restitution may be ordered.
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