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Wisconsin’s History Of Standing Up For Victims

Checking back in with our weekly blog and happy to report there are lots of folks wanting to help se [...]
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Marsy’s Law Unanimously Approved in Senate Judiciary Committee

In a big step forward for crime victims’ rights in Nevada, Marsy’s Law for Nevada/Senate Joint R [...]
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North Carolina working Towards Victims’ Co-equal Rights

Unless you’re a constitutional law expert - and most of us are decidedly not - you probably have [...]
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Returning Voices To Victims Of Crime

It used to be the case that crime victims had a strong voice before the court. Historically, victims [...]
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About Victims’ Rights in Idaho – Senator Todd Lakey

Special thanks to Senator Todd Lakey for his support of Marsy's Law for Idaho and for taking the tim [...]
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Working On Victims’ Rights In Wisconsin

Welcome to our weekly blog, where we’ll keep you updated on our efforts and let you know how you c [...]
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Living Up to Our Values In Maine

Growing up in Maine you are expected to work hard and care and protect your family, friends, and nei [...]
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Showing Support For Senate Joint Resolution 17

Every 5 minutes and 23 seconds in Nevada, on average, someone is the victim of murder, rape, robbery [...]
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North Carolina Joining Other State Efforts

Marsy’s Law seeks to amend state constitutions that do not currently offer equal rights to victims [...]
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Victims of Crime in Idaho Deserve Equal Rights

In 1983, Marsalee (Marsy) Nicholas was stalked and killed by her ex-boyfriend while attending Univer [...]
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Violent Crime On The Rise In North Carolina

For most people, violent crime is something seen on the news - somewhat distant and vague. Like see [...]
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Violent Crimes In Maine Impact More Than Statistics Reveal

Latest data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) indicates that more than 1,700 violent cr [...]
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