Marsy's Law for Georgia Passes!

On November 6, 2018, voters in Georgia passed Marsy’s Law overwhelmingly with over 80% of the vote!

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What is Marsy’s Law?

Marsy's Law will give Georgia's crime victims equal rights.


Victims and advocates from around Georgia support Marsy's Law. Hear their stories.

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Marsy’s Law for Georgia honors Rep. John Lewis for victims’ advocacy

  Marsy’s Law for Georgia representative Danica Thompson presents Rep. John Lewis with the Marsy’s Law Victims’ Rights Champion Award.  

Collins Endorses Crime Victims' Rights

For Immediate Release  Oct. 10, 2018    Collins Endorses Crime Victims' Rights   U.S. Rep. Doug Collins (R-Gainesville) has endorsed Marsy's Law for Georgia, an amendment on the ballot in November that would give constitutional rights to crime victims.

Candidates for Governor Back Marsy's Law

  Republicans this week are set to nominate a candidate for governor who strongly supports Marsy’s Law for Georgia. Both candidates, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and Secretary of State Brian Kemp, have announced their support for adding crime victims’ rights...

Deal signs bill to implement to Marsy’s Law

  For Immediate Release May 8, 2018   Deal Signs Bill to Implement to Marsy’s Law Legislation Goes Into Effect If Voters Approve Constitutional Rights For Crime Victims

Georgia Victims Get 'Royal Treatment'

  Marsy’s Law for Georgia celebrated National Crime Victims’ Rights Week with victim advocate appreciation lunches across the state and by getting the iconic King and Queen buildings at the Perimeter of Atlanta to light their crowns purple. The week...

Marsy’s Law for Georgia passes House 169-0

For Immediate Release March 27, 2018   Marsy’s Law for Georgia passes House 169-0

Marsy's Law for Georgia Capitol Day Leaves Lasting Impression

More than 250 Georgians filled the state Capitol February 1st wearing purple Marsy’s Law T-Shirts and ready to press the case for equal rights for crime victims.

Partnering with Faith Communities

On Nov. 9, Marsy’s Law for Georgia hosted a crime victims’ breakfast forum for pastors.

"Hello, Beautiful" - Tamiko's Story

Tamiko Pugh, an author, and activist against domestic violence, lives in Austell. Below, she shares her story and why she supports Marsy’s Law for Georgia.