The system often does a poor job of protecting the victims of domestic violence. It sounds like you are doing the right thing by being pro-active and reaching out to the victim witness folks. I'm not sure what you are asking, but please feel free to contact my office if there is any assistance that I may be able to provide.
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Actually it seems that you were not the victim in the case. You stated that "he was not imprisoned because of the charges for beating me he was charged with several obstruction to law enforcement officer with violence and a couple charges for attempted removal of an officials weapon. he is also a convicted felon." So this fact of you not actually being the reason he was arrested could be perceived as you not having victim rights; thus, there could be a reasonable belief that you are not protected by the victim rights provisions.