New Hampshire Crime Victims to Testify in Support of CACR 22, Marsy's Law
NEW HAMPSHIRE CRIME VICTIMS TO TESTIFY IN SUPPORT OF CACR 22, MARSY’S LAW
Victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and families of homicide victims will testify on Tuesday, April 10th in support of establishing constitutional rights for victims of crime in NH
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Amanda Grady Sexton (603) 548-9377
CONCORD – On Tuesday, April 10th at 10:00 a.m. victims of crime will join law enforcement officers, prosecutors, advocates and elected officials to testify in support of Marsy’s Law for New Hampshire, the Constitutional amendment that will establish Constitutional rights for victims of crime.
Last month, CACR 22 passed the New Hampshire Senate with a bipartisan vote of 20-3. Tomorrow’s hearing will take place in Rooms 206-208 of the Legislative Office Building in Concord, and public testimony will be heard by the House Judiciary and House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committees.
About Marsy’s Law for New Hampshire:
Marsy’s Law for New Hampshire represents two decades of advocates’ work to establish enforceable rights for victims of crime. In coordination with the NH Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence, Marsy’s Law for NH is a broad coalition of Granite Staters working to ensure that victims of crime in our state are treated with dignity, fairness, and respect and are provided with enforceable constitutional rights.
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