1. One difficulty with victim rights laws is that these laws assume that the victim desires that the offender will be prosecuted. This is a problematic assumption in domestic violence cases. See Cheryl Hanna, No Right To Choose: Mandated Victim Participation in Domestic Violence Prosecutions, 109 Harvard L. Rev. 1850 (1996); George E. Wattendorf, Prosecution Issues in Domestic Assault Cases: Trying A Case Without Victim Cooperation, 35 N. Hamp. B.J. (June 1994 at 42). Many states that require prosecutor-victim meetings explicitly reject any victim veto in prosecution decisions, see. eg., Utah Code Ann. 77-36-2.7 (1)(e).