Under Minnesota law, a crime victim is defined as a person who incurs loss or harm as a result of a crime. A victim includes the family member, guardian, or custodian of a minor, incompetent, incapacitated, or deceased person. As the victim of a crime, you have specific rights. For more information on these rights, contact the Mille Lacs County Victim Assistance Coordinator assigned to your case or view the Office for Justice Program's Crime Victim's Rights website.
RIGHT to be notified of:
Your rights as a crime victim
Changes in court schedules when possible
The final disposition of criminal cases
Transfer of the offender to a different detention facility