Marsy's Law for Oklahoma Passes!

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?

Accused and convicted criminals are afforded Constitutional rights and protections that victims are not. Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma restores balance and fairness to our criminal justice system by affording victims Constitutionally protected rights.

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State Question 794 Passes Overwhelmingly

For Immediate Release Nov. 6, 2018 Media Contact: Alex Weintz; 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...

The story behind our latest TV ad featuring the father of a murder victim

You may have noticed our newest TV ad featuring former Oklahoma State Trooper Ben Crockett, whose son Jacob was brutally attacked and murdered in 2014. Crockett describes the difficulty he and his family had getting information during the criminal justice...

Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma Launches Digital Campaign Featuring Crime Victims and Advocates

OKLAHOMA CITY – Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma and the Yes on State Question 794 campaign today launched a series of social media videos highlighting support from crime victims and advocates for SQ 794, a provision on the November 6 ballot....

National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims

State Director Kim Moyer Reflects on a recent ceremony held to commemorate the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims     One woman’s son was murdered in a drive-by shooting, and another woman’s 14 year-old daughter was murdered by...

Oklahoma Medical Community United Behind SQ 794

  We’re proud to have the support of Oklahoma’s medical community, who believes the proposed Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights helps Oklahomans during a crisis.

Jodi Lopresto, member for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers Oklahoma, supports SQ 794.

Jodi Lopresto, an active member and advocate for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers Oklahoma (MADD), recently shared why she supports State Question 794.    Jodi was severely injured in car crash by a drunken driver who had multiple prior DUIs and...

SQ 794 Supporters Gather to Tell Their Stories

We appreciate our supporters throughout Oklahoma who recently gathered to explain why they support State Question 794.  Soon we will release their videos, but here is a behind-the-scenes look.

Fixing A Broken Process - Kelly Vierling

  Kelly Vierling is an Oklahoman touched by crime, who believes that if the reforms proposed in State Question 794 would have been in place, her experience with the criminal justice system would have been very different.  When her son...