The Associated Press

LANSING, Mich. — Crime victims are getting the spotlight at the Michigan Supreme Court.

An exhibit has opened at the Michigan Hall of Justice in Lansing to help visitors under the criminal justice process. Visitors can test their knowledge by completing a victim-impact statement and playing a board game that emphasizes the importance of people who work with crime victims.

Chief Justice Robert Young Jr. says it’s important to remember crime victims and respond to their needs.

Under a 1988 amendment to the state Constitution, crime victims have a right to restitution, to confer with prosecutors, to speak to a judge at sentencing and to be notified about all court proceedings.