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Why I Support Marsy’s Law and State Question 794

Volunteers are the reason Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma enjoys such widespread support across the state [...]
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Inspired by Supporters During National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

We’re inspired by the many wonderful moments experienced during National Crime Victims’ Rights W [...]
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Supporters Highlight a Better Path for Crime Victims and Families

In Oklahoma, hundreds of volunteers and advocates are using National Crime Victims Rights’ Week (N [...]
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Crime Victims Share Stories for National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

In preparation for National Crime Victims Rights Week (NCVRW), April 8 - 14, we spent a few days fil [...]
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“How Do I Protect Myself and My Family?” – Leesa Sparks Wants to Change a System That Neglected Her

For a long time, Leesa Sparks didn’t want to be called by her given first name. She went by Rhae, [...]
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“You Are Forced to Be Invisible” – Kelly Vierling Fights to Fix a System that Mistreats Victims and their Families

Kelly Vierling, a Stillwater native, says she never had any doubts or concerns about the criminal ju [...]
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Victims’ Rights: We CAN All Agree on Something

Political polarization and increasing partisan hostility have been a well-documented trend in recent [...]
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A November to Remember

As the year winds down, we’re just ramping up over here at Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma. On Novem [...]
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Walking a Mile In Her Shoes To Help Raise Awareness

“Do you need help?” was all Sharon Weir said between bursts of laughter. “Nope.” Grady Coun [...]
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A Touching Reminder At The Oklahoma Homicide Survivors Group Annual Vigil

Marsy's Law Oklahoma was invited to speak and participate in The Oklahoma Homicide Survivors Group a [...]
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“I Will Speak” Awareness for Crime Victims With Special Needs

Events like "I Will Speak" in Weatherford are a great reminder of the need for Marsy’s Law in Okl [...]
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Introducing… State Question 794!

We’ve officially launched the State Question 794 campaign and we couldn’t be more grateful for t [...]
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