Marsy's Law for Florida Passes!

On November 6, 2018, voters in Florida passed Marsy’s Law with over 61% of the vote!

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What is Amendment 6 (Marsy’s Law)?

I am proud to support Amendment 6 (Marsy’s Law), which will amend the state constitution to ensure crime victims and their families are treated fairly in Florida. Florida stands with victims - we have taken important steps in our state to protect those who need it most, and we must continue to do that in the future.

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Hear directly from Floridians who have been impacted by crimes and learn why they believe we need Amendment 6 (Marsy’s Law).

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Amendment 6/Marsy’s Law for Florida Approved by Florida Voters

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 6, 2018   CONTACT: Jennifer Fennell, CoreMessage (850) 222-3767, marsyslawfl@coremessage.com     Amendment 6/Marsy’s Law for Florida Approved by Florida Voters ~Historic vote enshrines new, specific crime victims’ rights in state constitution~   FT. LAUDERDALE –...

Murder Victim’s Children Still Seeking Justice

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following letter was authored by Michelle Liles, daughter of Debbie Liles who was found brutally beaten and murdered in her Jacksonville home in March 2017. Her father, Michael Liles, was the executive director of the Justice Coalition,...

Day of Action

In celebration of National Make a Difference Day, Marsy’s Law for Florida, the organization advocating for crime victims’ rights through Amendment 6, will spearhead a “Day of Action” on Saturday, October 27, where supporters and volunteers will lead advocacy efforts...

Mother of Drunk Driving Victim Supports Amendment 6

Linda Beni's daughter, Brittany, was killed by a drunk driver. Linda published an opinion-editorial in the Fort Myers News-Press detailing her support for Marsy's Law titled "Amendment 6 protects victims like my daughter." Read the full article here. Amendment 6...

Amendment 6/Marsy’s Law for Florida Receives More Than 200 Endorsements

Marsy’s Law for Florida today announced more than 200 individuals and organizations have lent their names in support of Amendment 6, which would place a new set of crime victims’ rights in the state constitution if approved by voters. Those...

Crime Victims Highlight the Need for Amendment 6 in New Videos Released by Marsy’s Law for Florida

Marsy’s Law for Florida today launched the second set of videos in their social media campaign in support of Amendment 6/Marsy’s Law for Florida, which would embed a new set of crime victims’ rights in the state constitution if passed...

Sheriff Mike Williams supports Amendment 6, Marsy’s Law

Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams shares his support for Marsy's Law/Amendment 6 in an opinion-editorial for the Florida Times-Union. Click here to read his column online, or scroll down:  --  October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and unfortunately, chances are high...

Actor Kelsey Grammer Advocates for Amendment 6 in New Marsy’s Law for Florida Statewide Ad Campaign

Five-time Emmy winner Kelsey Grammer shares the heartbreak his family faced after his father and sister were murdered in a new “Yes on Amendment 6” ad campaign running across Florida. Part of a major statewide broadcast, cable and digital advertising...

Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings Advocates for Amendment 6

The Florida Constitution Revision Commission voted 34-3 to place Amendment 6 on the ballot for the election. The 37-member commission, which meets every 20 years to propose changes to the Florida Constitution is unique among the states. Florida is the...

Marsy’s Law for Florida Launches Video Campaign Featuring Victims and Advocates

Marsy’s Law for Florida today launched a new social media video campaign in support of Amendment 6/Marsy’s Law for Florida, which would embed a new set of crime victims’ rights in the state constitution if passed by 60 percent of...