Notification, Protection, and a Voice.
Marsy's Law for Wisconsin is a grassroots movement of a broad coalition of Wisconsinites working to create equal rights for victims of crime.
Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin updates Wisconsin's 1993 victims rights constitutional amendment by giving victims new rights and strengthening existing ones.
Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin passed the Legislature with broad, bipartisan support in consecutive sessions.
If approved, Marsy's Law for Wisconsin will ensure victims of crime have enforceable rights throughout the criminal justice process – just like accused persons do.
Marsy’s Law does not impact the rights of the accused. It only ensures that victims have equal rights as the accused --nothing more, nothing less.
Wisconsin voters will have a chance to ratify the Amendment during the April 7, 2020 election.
Please join survivors, advocacy groups and law enforcement leaders in voting yes on Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin.