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Each District's Attorney's Office has a Victim's Assistance Coordinator who assists the victim in completing the appropriate forms in order to obtain restitution from the offender or seek financial assistance from the State of North Carolina. Unfortunately, Victim's Assistance Funds cannot be used to compensate for property losses. Every victim is encouraged to contact the District Attorney's Office and complete the necessary paperwork:District Attorney's OfficeSampson County CourthouseClinton, NC 28328Phone: 910-596-6610
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The program assists with the following offenses:
You are encouraged to contact your family physician or go to the nearest hospital emergency department. Sampson Regional Medical Center, located on Beaman Street in Clinton, is the nearest hospital. The Sampson County Health Department, which is located on Rowan Road in Clinton, can also provide some basic care needs, as well as providing referral services.
Victims and witnesses may be notified when criminal aliens have been released from custody by registering at Victim Notification Program.
You can contact the District Attorney at:District Attorney's OfficeSampson County CourthouseClinton, NC 28328Phone: 910-596-6610