A group has submitted signatures to get a victim’s rights Constitutional amendment on the November ballot.
Supporters of Marsy’s Law needed 26,904 valid signatures. The group delivered more than 44,000 signatures to the Secretary of State’s office.
The supporters say crime victims should have the same Constitutional rights as those accused of a crime.
Supporters say those rights include a victim’s right to be heard in court, to be notified of court proceedings and to be free from harassment. That would also include a victim’s right not to be deposed.