The safety of victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking is inextricably linked to their economic security. The criminal court system can better promote justice by understanding this link and its connection to the work of the judiciary. The Court’s Guide outlines the economic barriers facing victims and details the steps that each professional in the court system can take to address those issues. As the administrators of justice, judges and their staff play a critical role in protecting the economic security of the parties whether through intake, hearing economic crimes in trial, or ordering and enforcing economic relief. The recommendations in this Guide add an economic lens to activities that the courts already undertake, allow all parties to take part in the justice system, and fulfill the duties of holding offenders accountable and keeping communities safer.