23A-28C-3. Violation of chapter--Complaint--No relief from conviction. No cause of action exists against any person for a failure to comply with the terms of this chapter. If a victim as defined in § 23A-28C-4 alleges in writing that a violation of this chapter has occurred and files the same with the court having jurisdiction over the criminal matter, the court, in its discretion, may determine whether additional hearings or orders are necessary to ensure compliance with the chapter. A violation of any right set forth in § 23A-28C-1 does not constitute grounds for an appeal from conviction by a defendant or for any other relief from such conviction.