The family of a six-year-old sexual assault victim is claiming justice hasn't been served.
They want the Rolette County States Attorney fired, after she struck a plea deal with the defendant to avoid jail time.
The family of the victim says a criminal is on the streets in Rolette County because State's Attorney Lisa Gibbens pushed for a plea deal.
Randy and Lisa Rogers appeared before the Rolette County Commission today to demand Gibbens be fired.
Aaron LaVaille was charged with felony Gross Sexual Imposition and Felony Child Abuse and Neglect for molesting their grandson.
The family claims Gibbens ignored their request and dropped the Gross Sexual Imposition charge, which carries a potential ten year jail sentence.
Instead, LaVaille received a five year suspended sentence and five years of probation.
(Randy Rogers, Grandfather of Victim) "It can't be changed for what happened to our family, but maybe other kids, if they get something straightened out, they can get justice"
The family says there were medical record and testimony that LaVallie confessed to a fellow inmate that would have ensured a conviction had the case gone to trial.
Rolette County Commissioners say they will discuss the case with the States Attorney, as well as social services and law enforcement.
There is no timetable on a decision whether or not to fire Gibbens.