"Kayleigh's Law" provides crime victims of certain sexual, dangerous, and serious crimes with the opportunity to petition the court to issue a lifetime injunction against their assailant.
If issued, the injunction prohibits the offender from making any contact with the survivor, regardless of the terms of the offenders probation status.
Arizona is the first state to offer this protection to victims of violent crime. It is a critical step for survivors of sexual and domestic violence, who often experience ongoing harassment and stalking from assailants and abusive partners, even post-conviction.
Read the language of the Arizona bill here:
The best way to ensure you are protected under this law is to opt in for post conviction notification. If you are listed as a victim in a case that is currently pending and would like to receive notifications about the case, please contact your local Victim Services Division.
We also encourage you to reach out to your local County Attorney's Office or your local Adult Probation Department with any specific questions or concerns you may have.
Court forms and templates are now available. Please click the link for more information and instructions, detailing how to request a lifetime injunction.
Legal Services for Crime Victims in Arizona (LSCVA) provides free services to crime victims and may be able to assist you in filing your petition.
Visit LSCVA’s for more information.
Information for how to petition the court will be available soon.
*Wisconsin law is not retroactive.
We have an entire nation to protect and we need your help! Our dedicated team is hard at work each and every day, not only advocating for the much needed enhancements for victims' rights, but actively fighting for them. We are showing up and fighting for victims across our nation! Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals, as we pursue passage of "Kayleigh's Law" in all 50 states. Victims and survivors of sexual abuse matter everywhere. Your generous donations will help make a difference!