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Minnesota Statutes 611A.033 - Speedy Trial; Notice of Schedule Change

Minnesota Statutes > Crimes, Criminals > Chapter 611A > Definitions And General Provisions > § 611A.033. Speedy Trial; Notice of Schedule Change


Current as of: 2010

(a) A victim has the right to request that the prosecutor make a demand under rule 11.10 of the Rules of Criminal Procedure that the trial be commenced within 60 days of the demand. The prosecutor shall make reasonable efforts to comply with the victim's request.

(b) A prosecutor shall make reasonable efforts to provide advance notice of any change in the schedule of the court proceedings to a victim who has been subpoenaed or requested to testify.

(c) In a criminal proceeding in which a vulnerable adult, as defined in section 609.232, subdivision 11, is a victim, the state may move the court for a speedy trial. The court, after consideration of the age and health of the victim, may grant a speedy trial. The motion may be filed and served with the complaint or any time after the complaint is filed and served.

History:

1986 c 435 s 12; 2009 c 119 s 10

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Minnesota Statutes Chapter 611A - Crime Victims: Rights, Programs, Agencies

U.S. Code Provisions: Victim's Rights

U.S. Code Title 18 > Part II > Chapter 237 - Crime Victims' Rights
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Federal Regulations: Victim's Rights

U.S. Code Title 18 > Part II > Chapter 237 - Crime Victims' Rights
U.S. Code > Title 42 > Chapter 112 - Victim Compensation And Assistance
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