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Harnett County First County Government to Formally Endorse Marsy’s Law for North Carolina

As part of the growing list of local communities in North Carolina announcing support for Marsy’s [...]
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Mocksville Community Signs on in Support of Marsy’s Law for North Carolina

The Mocksville, North Carolina town council unanimously voted in favor of a resolution to support s [...]
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Sheriff Support Continues to Grow in Counties Across NC

The number of North Carolina sheriffs supporting Marsy’s Law legislation to strengthen victims ri [...]
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Do Victims Deserve Restitution?

Do victims deserve restitution from their attackers?  Of the myriad of problems that emerge from [...]
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Victims Deserve Input

Believe it or not, there are those who are opposed to giving victims the opportunity to be heard in [...]
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North Carolina Victims Deserve the Right to be Heard

The vast majority of us never have to deal with law enforcement, the court system or have to hire a [...]
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Notifying Victims Regarding Custody

After a victim is assaulted, one of the first concerns is removing the attacker by law enforcement a [...]
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Marsy’s Law for North Carolina Building Momentum Statewide

This month, Marsy’s Law for North Carolina received another important statewide victims’ advocac [...]
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Right of a Victim to be Notified Regarding a Criminal Case

As North Carolinians learn more about the need for stronger victims’ rights in our state, it’s [...]
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Marsy’s Law For NC: Informing Victims About Their Rights

Try to put yourself in the shoes of a recent victim for a moment - think of what he or she has to d [...]
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Bipartisanship for Victims’ Rights

Bipartisan issues are few are far between these days. Polarizing elections have people on edge and [...]
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More Violent Crime in North Carolina Means More Victims

North Carolinians often hear good news about numbers - with its communities frequently receiving acc [...]
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