Press Releases

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Wisconsin to Go Purple for National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Residents, organizations, businesses, and landmarks across Wisconsin to join in national celebration of victims’ rights with purple lights as state recognizes one year of Marsy’s Law in action

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Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Recognizes One Year of Crime Victims’ Constitutional Amendment in Action

Holds virtual press conference highlighting examples of Marsy’s Law at work in Wisconsin

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Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Praises Department of Justice Appeal of Circuit Court Decision

Crime victims constitutional amendment remains in effect protecting victims’ rights during appeal

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ICYMI: Wisconsin Public Radio Highlights Seven Months of Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin in Action

Crime victim advocate and attorney discusses how the law has been implemented in Wisconsin and is being applied in courtrooms

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Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Reacts to Dane County Circuit Court Decision

Crime victims constitutional amendment remains in effect protecting victims’ rights pending appeal

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Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Praises Appeals Court Decision Upholding Victims’ Rights to be Heard

Appeals court rules that newly adopted crime victims’ constitutional amendment grants victims standing, right to he heard in arguments on crucial motion

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Three Months After Taking Effect, Marsy’s Law Bringing Wisconsin Victims to Forefront

Stakeholders, advocates statewide praise impact of crime victims’ constitutional amendment three months after the measure took effect

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Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Holds Informational Session

Grassroots organizations working to help educate Wisconsin victim service organizations about new crime victims’ constitutional amendment

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Kalpic Appointed to Wisconsin Crime Victims’ Rights Board

Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Outreach Director Nela Kalpic named to independent body overseeing crime victims’ rights

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ICYMI: Wisconsin Public Radio Discusses Marsy’s Law on Route 51

Marathon County Circuit Judge Mike Moran and Marathon County District Attorney Theresa Wetzsteon discuss the impact of the new crime victims’ constitutional amendment