§ 6. The aggrieved person’s right to counsel
A counsel may on application be appointed for the aggrieved person in cases being dealt with by the Court if there is reason to believe that as a result of the offence the said person will suffer considerable harm to body or health and there is deemed to be a need for a counsel. The provisions of Chapter 9a of the Criminal Procedure Act apply correspondingly in so far as they are appropriate.
§ 8. Anonymous testimony
At the request of or with the consent of the Court, the court may allow anonymous testimony before the court or the police to the same degree as in cases concerning crimes of a similar nature that are prosecuted in the realm. Sections 130a and 234a of the Criminal Procedure Act apply correspondingly in so far as they are appropriate.
4. In relation to any request for assistance presented under this Part, the Court may take such measures, including measures related to the protection of information, as may be necessary to ensure the safety or physical or psychological well-being of any victims, potential witnesses and their families. The Court may request that any information that is made available under this Part shall be provided and handled in a manner that protects the safety and physical or psychological well-being of any victims, potential witnesses and their families.