Marsy’s Law for Georgia is an organization that seeks to create meaningful and enforceable rights in Georgia and throughout the country. We do not represent individuals or provide legal advice. The following Georgia resources may assist you if you are looking for legal representation or more information about victims’ rights assertion and enforcement.
If you’re seeking support in your case, please use the following links:
- Criminal Justice Coordinating Council: 2018 – 2020 State of Georgia Local Victim Assistance Program (LVAP) *Updated monthly*
- Criminal Justice Coordinating Council: Community Resources Directory for Victim Assistance Programs
- Georgia Crime Victims Compensation Program: Resources for Victims
If you are an organization seeking training in your state on victims’ rights please use the following link:
Prosecuting Attorney’s Council (PAC) of Georgia is a Marsy’s Law for Georgia partner that provides a number of important services to the hundreds of elected and appointed prosecutors across the State of Georgia.
Among the duties performed by the Council staff are:
- Training, professional development, and continuing legal education
- Legal research assistance and preparation of prosecution manuals.
- Professional responsibility guidance and legislation review and analysis
- Trial and appellate practice support
- Payroll, procurement, budgeting and asset management
- Technology procurement, information management, and communications
Learn more by visiting their website here.
To find contact information for your local District Attorney or Solicitor-General, please visit https://pacga.org/find-your-prosecutor/
Georgia Crime Victim's Rights Notification Card
The Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia, in partnership with the Marsy’s Law for Georgia Advisory Committee, has created the Georgia Crime Victim’s Rights Notification card. This printable notification card outlines victims’ rights under the Georgia Constitution and the Georgia Crime Victims Bill of Rights. The card is intended for use by prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates, and victim assistance organizations to help educate crime victims on their rights as well as connect them with valuable resources.
To access the card, visit: https://pacga.org/resources/victim-assistance/georgia-crime-victims-rights-notification-card/