State Question 794 seeks to bolster crime victim rights Lauren Layman knows the pain that comes with hitting a brick wall while seeking answers and justice when a relative is a victim of a violent crime. That’s why she supports
ICYMI: Volunteers are the reason Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma enjoys such widespread support across the state. Read why James Harrison supports SQ 794!
Sharing with Group “Why I Support Marsys’ Law and State Question 794” I want to express support for Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma and its goal of strengthening crime victims’ rights. For the last 10 years, I’ve worked directly with crime
HOW DO I PROTECT MYSELF AND MY FAMILY?” – LEESA SPARKS WANTS TO CHANGE A SYSTEM THAT NEGLECTED HER Blog, Victims’ Stories | Kim Moyer | March 20, 2018 For a long time, Leesa Sparks didn’t want to be called by her given first name.
YOU ARE FORCED TO BE INVISIBLE” – KELLY VIERLING FIGHTS TO FIX A SYSTEM THAT MISTREATS VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES Blog, Victims’ Stories | Marsy’s Law | March 14, 2018 Kelly Vierling, a Stillwater native, says she never had any doubts or concerns about the