Marsy’s Law for Tennessee (HJR 0094) has been passed by the full House of Representatives in a full floor vote.
Marsy’s Law for Tennessee (HJR 0094) cleared another legislative checkpoint when members of the House Criminal Justice Committee voted unanimously to pass it through to the House Finance, Ways, and Means Committee for consideration.
On Tuesday lawmakers voted unanimously to PASS Marsy’s Law for Tennessee (HJR 0094) through to the House Criminal Justice Committee for consideration.
Last month, Memphis mourned the shocking and gruesome murder of a community member, Eliza Fletcher. A few days later, Tennesseans watched in horror as a gunman live streamed a rampage of homicides on Facebook. He murdered four Memphians and wounded three more.
Knoxville, Tenn. - Marsy’s Law for Tennessee presented Knoxville resident Emily-Anne Buck with the Champion of Victims’ Rights Award for her dedication to advocating for victims and speaking out against teen dating violence.
April 22, 2021 - In a close vote Wednesday, the House Criminal Justice Subcommittee failed to move Marsy’s Law for Tennessee (HJR0044) forward this session, disappointing Tennessee crime victims, their families, and victim advocates.
April 15, 2020 – Marsy’s Law for Tennessee is lighting the state purple in recognition of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW), Sunday, April 18 through 24.
URGENT CALL TO ACTION - Marsy’s Law for Tennessee supporters, we need your help! Please take a moment to email and call your DA below and tell them why you support Marsy’s Law for Tennessee.
Columbia, Tenn. - Marsy’s Law for Tennessee presented Center of Hope Executive Director Cindy Sims with the Champion of Victims’ Rights Award for her dedication to helping countless domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking victims in Middle Tennessee.