Thank you for visiting Marsy’s Law for All, which seeks to provide equal rights to crime victims throughout the United States.

Marsy’s Law was named after Marsalee (Marsy) Nicholas, a beautiful, vibrant University of California Santa Barbara student, who was stalked and killed by her exboyfriend in 1983. Only a week after Marsy was murdered, her brother, Dr. Henry Nicholas, and mother, Mrs. Marcella Leach, walked into a grocery store after visiting Marsy’s grave and were confronted by the accused murderer. They had no idea that he had been released on bail.

As stated by Dr. Nicholas, key backer and proponent of Marsy’s Law, “Marsy’s Law will provide for a more compassionate justice system for crime victims in California and make that a constitutional guarantee. Now the momentum can be put behind a U.S. Constitutional Amendment so that the rights of all crime victims, anywhere in America, can be protected.”

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