You have rights. You have the right to get answers, the right to information, and a right to know. This card explains key rights, options, and helpful resources.
SEXUAL ASSAULT is defined as any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the explicit consent of a recipient.
The California Constitution, Article 1, Section 28(b), confers certain key rights and protections to victims of crime and their families. Information on these rights is available on DOJ’s website in nearly two dozen languages.