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Marsy’s Law for Georgia Announces 2021 Advisory Board

The board will help Marsy’s Law for Georgia continue to elevate victims’ rights across the state.

 

ATLANTA February 23, 2021 – Marsy’s Law for Georgia, which supports equal rights for crime victims under the state’s Constitution, plans to continue to expand its mission across the state with the support of some of the most accomplished victims’ rights advocates and legal experts in Georgia.

Ahmaud Arbery Should be Referred to As A Victim in Court

 

Victims’ Rights Organization Calls Defense Motion in Arbery Case an Attack on Constitutional Rights

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Marsy’s Law for Georgia Presents a Challenge Coin to Kimya Motley, Domestic Violence Survivor and Victims’ Advocate

 

ATLANTA – December 9, 2020 – Marsy’s Law for Georgia is proud to present a Challenge Coin to Kimya Motley, chief executive officer for Haven of Light International, Inc., a Marsy's Law for Georgia Advisory board member, a domestic violence survivor, and author. Motley is being awarded this token of appreciation for her exceptional dedication in advocating for victims’ rights, along with her extensive involvement with Marsy’s Law for Georgia.

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Marsy’s Law for Georgia Presents Peter J. Skandalakis, Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia’s Executive Director, with Challenge Coin

 

ATLANTA – October 22, 2020 – Marsy’s Law for Georgia is honored to present a Challenge Coin to Peter J. Skandalakis, Executive Director for the Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia (PAC) and an advocate for crime victims’ rights, including domestic violence victims. Skandalakis was selected as a recipient based on his work with Marsy’s Law for Georgia, through a partnership with PAC, on the creation and launch of a new Georgia Crime Victims’ Rights Notification Card this month - Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM).

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Marsy’s Law for Georgia Partners with Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia to Create and Launch a State-Wide Crime Victims’ Rights Notification Card

 

Card will help victims better understand their rights

 

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"Marsy’s Law for Georgia Presents Beverly Muhammad with First Challenge Coin for Outstanding Victims’ Rights Advocacy"

 

ATLANTA – August 4, 2020 – From court closings to early prison releases, social distancing and more, the COVID-19 outbreak has made crime victims’ rights advocacy even more challenging. To recognize overcoming these unique obstacles with a continued commitment to victims’ rights, Marsy’s Law for Georgia is presenting a challenge coin to Beverly Muhammad for being an advocate who has gone above and beyond during the pandemic to help raise awareness of Marsy’s Law and the rights that victims in Georgia have since the passage of the constitutional law in 2018. Beverly Muhammad, an advocate for Atlanta Victim Assistance, Inc., and a Marsy’s Law for Georgia advisory committee member, is the first recipient of the 2020 Marsy’s Law for Georgia Challenge Coin.