Marsy’s Law is Working for Crime Victims in Oklahoma

On November 6, 2018, voters in Oklahoma passed Marsy’s Law overwhelmingly with 78% of the vote!

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What is Marsy’s Law?

Marsy’s Law is a national movement that aims to ensure victims of crime have meaningful and enforceable constitutional rights in the criminal justice system. Oklahoma voters overwhelmingly voted to pass Marsy’s Law on Nov. 6, 2018, in the form of a ballot initiative numbered State Question 794. As a result, today the Oklahoma Constitution guarantees greater protections for victims, survivors, and their families or guardians.

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Marsy’s Law Joins Victims and Advocates at Wreath of Hope Ceremony

The Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma team was honored to attend the Wreath of Hope ceremony outside of the Oklahoma State Capitol today in solidarity with all of those who have been impacted by domestic violence. The event was organized by...

Coordinating Successful Implementation of Marsy’s Law in Oklahoma

When Marsy’s Law – or State Question 794 – passed in November 2018, Oklahoma’s voters created a revised and strengthened version of the Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights to be added to the Oklahoma Constitution. In May of this year,...

Governor Kevin Stitt Signs Marsy’s Law Implementation Bill

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 28, 2019Media Contact: Alex Weintz; alex@uppercasestrategies.com or (914) 282-3229   Governor Kevin Stitt Signs Marsy’s Law Implementation Bill OKLAHOMA CITY - Governor Kevin Stitt today signed House Bill 1102, a bill to help fully implement the...

Crime Victims Celebrate Successful Legislative Push to Implement Marsy’s Law

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 20, 2019 Media Contact: Alex Weintz; alex@uppercasestrategies.com or (914) 282-3229   Crime Victims Celebrate Successful Legislative Push to Implement Marsy’s Law OKLAHOMA CITY - Crime victims and their advocates today praised the Oklahoma Legislature for delivering...

Crime Victims and Advocates Push “Marsy’s Law” Implementation Bill During National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Victims of crime and advocates will join Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma on Wednesday, April 10, at the Oklahoma State Capitol to voice support for fully implementing the state’s new Constitutional rights for victims. Their visit coincides with National Crime Victims’...

Bills to Help Implement Marsy’s Law Advance

When voters passed State Question 794 in 2018, they approved amendments to Oklahoma’s Constitution outlining a series of new rights. These rights are designed to protect the dignity of every crime victim, keep victims informed, and give victims a voice...

Keeping Our Promise to Crime Victims and Building on the Success of SQ 794

Last November, Oklahoma voters passed State Question 794, establishing stronger Constitutional rights for victims of crime. The Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma team was proud to be a part of that great win for victims and their families. Our work, however,...

State Question 794 Passes Overwhelmingly

For Immediate Release Nov. 6, 2018 Media Contact: Alex Weintz; Alex@FKGConsulting.com or (405) 518-5135   State Question 794 Passes Overwhelmingly Crime Victims Celebrate Victory, Constitutional Rights   OKLAHOMA CITY – State Question 794, also known as “Marsy’s Law,” passed overwhelmingly...

In Our Final Week Support for SQ 794 Remains Strong

In our Final Week, Support for SQ 794 Remains StrongCrime victim advocates are canvasing Oklahoma to remind people to vote Yes on 794.  Early voting starts Thursday and the general election occurs Tuesday, Nov. 6. 

Tulsa Rally

Supporters Make a Pre-Election Push for SQ 794   Election day is right around the corner, so supporters of SQ 794 have been out in full force!  This week we enjoyed coffee with supporters in Enid and Bartlesville to discuss...