Wednesday, July 22- Marianne Dunavant, Victim Outreach Director for Marsy’s Law for Tennessee, was the guest speaker at the Dyersburg Kiwanis Club meeting, held at the Lupo’s Event Center. Dunavant shared insight on the proposed Marsy’s Law, which would strengthen the rights of crime victims in Tennessee’s state constitution.
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May 21, 2020 – Tennessee victims, organizations and advocates dedicated to protecting the rights of crime victims and their families have come together to endorse Marsy’s Law for Tennessee -- a law that will strengthen the rights of crime victims in Tennessee’s state constitution.
OP-ED by Marianne Dunavant - Victim Outreach Director, Marsy’s Law for Tennessee.
Anyone can become a victim of crime at any time — although I never thought I would become one.
Marsy’s Law for Tennessee Calls on Sheriffs Notify Crime Victims When Inmates Released Due to COVID-19 Outbreak
NASHVILLE – As Tennessee’s 95 sheriffs grapple with the decision to release inmates to avoid the spread of COVID-19 in their local jails, Marsy’s Law for Tennessee is reminding them of their constitutional duty to notify crime victims of an inmate’s release.