COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A proposed amendment updating Ohio's crime victims' rights has cleared the initial hurdle on its way to the ballot box.
Marsy’s Law for Ohio has delivered well over the required amount of signatures necessary to begin the constitutional amendment process to bring stronger victims’ rights to the state. Says David Voth, Crime Victims Services Executive Director, “There are violations of victims’ rights in probably every county, every day in some way or fashion…” Please support Marsy’s Law for Ohio to give victims the constitutional rights they deserve.
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Columbus – Ohio crime victim rights advocates today will take the first step toward placing a constitutional amendment on the Ohio ballot – Marsy’s Law for Ohio. The proposed constitutional amendment ensures victims of crime and their families are provided with the same level of constitutional rights as the accused or convicted.