Marsy’s Law for Florida Statement Regarding Signing of Victims of Crimes Bill (SB 1012/HB 697)
Statement by Jennifer Fennell, Spokesperson for Marsy’s Law for Florida
Marsy's Law for Wisconsin and 10 Victim Advocacy and Law Enforcement Organizations File Amicus Brief with Wisconsin Supreme Court in Support of Crime Victims’ Rights Constitutional Amendment
MADISON - Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin, along with 10 other victim advocacy and law enforcement organizations, recently filed an amicus curiae brief with the Wisconsin Supreme Court in the ongoing litigation over the crime victims’ rights constitutional amendment commonly known as Marsy’s Law.
Across the country, organizations, elected officials, and Americans will be calling attention to the struggles that crime victims face in this country. The theme of this year’s NCVRW is “rights, access, equity, for all victims.” According to the Office for Victims of Crime, this theme “underscores the importance of helping crime survivors find their justice by enforcing rights, expanding access to services, and ensuring equity and inclusion for all.”
Residents, organizations, businesses, and landmarks across Wisconsin join in national celebration of victims’ rights with purple lights as the state recognizes two years of Marsy’s Law in action
Marsy’s Law for Georgia Recognizes Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles Member Meg Heap with Champion Award