Montgomery County Sheriff Chris Watkins Understands First Hand Why Victims of Crime in North Carolina Need Equal Rights
“Marsy’s Law is going to basically remind everybody in the system how important that process is of helping someone heal after they have experienced victimization.”
As a social worker for domestic violence offenders, Bea Coté understands first-hand the need for equal crime victims’ rights. The North Carolina Crime Victims Amendment would ensure that victims of crime have meaningful and enforceable constitutional rights within the criminal justice system.
“Everybody can name a criminal’s basic rights but when asked what rights a victim has, I don’t even think anybody would be able to say what those are…”