When is a person considered a victim? What are the rights of a victim in criminal proceedings?

A victim is a person who has become a victim of a crime, as a result of which he was inflicted moral, physical, property damage. It also recognizes an organization in the event of damage to its reputation and material assets by the illegal actions of another entity.
Victim’s rights:
1. Know about the charges brought against the suspect, give evidence, provide evidence.
2. Participate in investigative measures carried out at his request or at the request of a representative. Exercising this right requires the permission of an authorized employee.
3. Submit challenges and motions. Get acquainted with procedural materials and submit comments on them. These include the protocols of investigative measures carried out with his participation, decisions on the appointment of expert examinations and their conclusions (if the procedure was carried out in relation to the victim or at a request sent to him).
4. Upon completion of the preliminary investigation, get acquainted with the case materials, make copies and write out data in any volume.
5. To participate in proceedings in the first, second, supervisory instance.
6. Receive copies of decisions on recognizing him as a victim, initiating a case or refusing to do so, terminating proceedings, a sentence, decisions.
7. Speak in debate.
8. Get acquainted with the information of the minutes of the meeting, submit comments on it.
9. To challenge inaction, actions of the court, inquiry officer, prosecutor, investigator.
10. To know about the complaints, representations brought in the case, to file objections to them.

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