Specifically, Marsy’s Law for Kentucky is an amendment that incorporates a crime victims’ Bill of Rights into our Kentucky Constitution. A set of twelve rights that most Kentuckians were SHOCKED to learn weren’t previously provided to our citizens in any meaningful, enforceable way - until passage of Marsy’s Law in the state.
For example, Marsy’s Law for Kentucky ensures that survivors are provided with reasonable protection. The right to be paid back by the convicted for lost days of work, medical bills, damages to property. The right to consult with the prosecutor or a representative of the prosecutor’s office. To proceedings free from unreasonable delay.
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