Labor Code section 230.2 prohibits an employer from discriminating against an employee who is a crime victim for taking time off to appear in court to attend judicial proceedings related to the crime. The employee can take the leave after providing notice of the scheduled proceeding; such notice is provided to victims by the courts, prosecuting offices or victim advocate offices.
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