What is restitution?

In addition to any other sentencing, the court may enter a restitution order requiring the defendant to pay the victim(s) of the offense. The State Attorney's Office employs a Victim/Witness staff to offer assistance to the victim. Additional information can be found by calling the State Attorney's Office at 352-341-6670 or by visiting their website State Attorney's Office.

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1. What is restitution?
2. When will I get my restitution money?
3. How is restitution collected and dispersed?
4. What if restitution payments are not made by the defendant?
5. How do I set up my payments via ACH (direct deposit)?