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You have the right to receive notice of certain post-conviction proceedings that may take place. Some of the notifications are automatic unless you indicate otherwise, while others you must request notification before it will be sent. Please be aware that these proceedings may not occur until years after the conviction, if at all. Some are very rare occurrences. If you wish to receive notice of post-conviction proceedings, it is your responsibility to ensure that the Winona County Attorney's Office has your current contact information and preferences at all times.
Please complete the following form if you wish to opt-out of the automatic notifications or opt-in to the notifications that must be requested.
As the victim of this offense you have the right to receive notice when there is an appeal pending and when the appellate court has issued a decision on that appeal. This notice is automatic and will be sent unless you indicate you do not want to receive it. If you do not wish to receive notifications relating to any appeal that may be filed, please check the box below.
There is no statutory right to receive notification if the offender is alleged to have violated the terms of probation. However, the Winona County Attorney's Office will provide you with such notification, if requested. If you wish to receive notifications relating to probation violations and re-sentencing if a probation violation is found to have been committed, please check the box below.
As the victim of this offense you have the right to request to receive notice if the offender requests that the record of their arrest and conviction be expunged (removed from their permanent record), provide input regarding that request, and receive notice of the outcome of that request. You will not receive these notices unless you request them. To receive notice of expungement proceedings you must check the box below.
As the victim of this offense you have the right to request to receive notice if the offender is facing civil commitment, to attend any related hearings, to be notified of the outcome, and to be notified if the offender is released from civil commitment. You will not receive these notices unless you request them. To receive notice of civil commitment proceedings you must check the box below.
Please type your full name to indicate that you are waiving your right to receive the notice of appeal and/or requesting the notices indicated by your selections above and that you acknowledge that it is your responsibility to ensure the County Attorney's Office has your current contact information if you are requesting any notifications.
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