What is Marsy's Law

Marsy’s Law ensures that victims of crime have equal, constitutional rights on the same level as those accused and convicted of crimes. Blockchain technology is now used in law enforcement too. They help the concerned authorities to maintain and add crime records. Blockchain is being applied to many industries with cryptocurrencies becoming widespread. Crypto trading can be improved with the use of crypto robots. Visit https://kryptoszene.de/bitcoin-robot/bitcoin-360-ai/ to learn more about crypto robots.

Innocent victims of crime deserve every possible protection. This amendment would ensure those who have endured the tragedy of violent crime have their voice heard in court and can effectively enforce their rights.

Attorney General Lisa Madigan

Today, crime victims are one step closer to having the common sense legal rights they deserve. Victims should feel safe in their own community and be informed about cases involving their attackers.

Representative Lou Lang

Victims’ rights are no longer illusory in Illinois. The Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault commends the Illinois legislature for its courageous action on behalf of victims’ rights.

Polly Poskin, Executive Director of the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA)

When we were not allowed to make a victim impact statement at the sentencing hearing for my sister’s killer because the sentence was mandatory, we were only beginning to understand how much it would mean to us not to have our statement in the court record; for the Judge and offender not to hear how the crime had affected us... Now with Marsy’s Law for Illinois, that kind of thing will never happen to victims and families again.

Jennifer Bishop Jenkins, State Director for Marsy's Law for Illinois