How can I request restitution?

You must complete an Affidavit of Restitution form. Here you will provide a list of your losses, the dollar value of repair or replacement, and receipts or reasons justifying the amounts. The form should be completed as soon as possible. Examples of losses covered by restitution include, but are not limited to:

  • medical bills not covered by insurance;
  • transportation;
  • lost wages;
  • repair or replacement of stolen or damaged property.   Copies of bills, receipts, insurance claim forms and estimates should be attached to the Affidavit of Restitution form. The Affidavit of Restitution must include the defendant's name and court file number(s).

If you need help or assistance completing the Affidavit of Restitution form, please call the Carlton County Victim Services Coordinator at (218) 384-9170.

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1. Who do I contact if I have been a victim of a crime?
2. Where is the Victim/Witness Office located?
3. What is Restitution?
4. How can I request restitution?
5. What is Reparations?
6. What is the difference between restitution and reparations?
7. What is a Victim Impact Statement?
8. I’m afraid the offender will want to retaliate against me or my family members.
9. How do I know if the offender is still in custody?
10. How do I prepare for testifying?