A. The rights enumerated in the victims’ bill of rights, article II, section 2.1, Constitution of Arizona, any implementing legislation or court rules belong to the victim. The victim has standing to seek an order, to bring a special action or to file a notice of appearance in an appellate proceeding seeking to enforce any right or to challenge an order denying any right guaranteed to victims. In asserting any right, the victim has the right to be represented by personal counsel at the victim’s expense.
B. A victim has the right to recover damages from a governmental entity responsible for the intentional, knowing or grossly negligent violation of the victim’s rights under the victims’ bill of rights, article II, section 2.1, Constitution of Arizona, any implementing legislation or court rule. Nothing in this section alters or abrogates any provision for immunity provided for under common law or statute.
C. At the request of the victim, the prosecutor may assert any right to which the victim is entitled.
D. On the filing of a notice of appearance, counsel for the victim shall be endorsed on all pleadings and, if present, be included in all bench conferences and in chambers meetings and sessions with the trial court that directly involve a victim’s right enumerated in article II, section 2.1, Constitution of Arizona.
E. Notwithstanding any other law and without limiting any rights and powers of the victim, the victim has the right to present evidence or information and to make an argument to the court, personally or through counsel, at any proceeding to determine the amount of restitution pursuant to section 13-804.