I figured you'd likely come away from your meeting a bit disenchanted, if not disappointed, and I hope I gave you some preparation.
The botXXXXX XXXXXne in criminal matters is punishment, not money. If these charges are pursued aggressively as serious crimes, then the defendants go to prison. That suspends their income earning for the length of their sentences
and can also wash them up professionally once they come out. So they pay off the restitution piecemeal. Or alternatively, the DA would be compelled to reduce the charges to misdemeanors
or low level crimes and offer them a sentence of probation, which still has a deleterious effect on their ability to earn a living and doesn't give you any immediate satisfaction as to either financial relief
or appropriate punishment.
The botXXXXX XXXXXne in civil court is money, and there is no one court that will handle both halves of this the way you'd like it to be done. The way to do this is to let the DA prosecute and then sue civilly as well. In Kentucky, small claims court where you can do this yourself without a lawyer will give you only as much as $2,500. You'd really need a lawyer to take him/them to regular civil court and be able to get the consequential damages.
Ours is not a perfect system. Realistically, you can get some of what you want, but probably not all. And if it's the intangibles, it belongs in civil court. The only thing a prosecution will do (and it is worth doing) is to bolster the civil suit. Because if they are found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt to any of the charges, or even if they take a plea to lesser charges, the odds of the case going your way in Civil court where the burden favors you is very much enhanced.