We Need to Support Those Who Have Been Victimized - Sheriff Travis Patten
Sheriff Travis Patten has seen firsthand the need for stronger crime victims’ rights in Mississippi. Marsy’s Law will ensure victims of crime have a voice in the criminal justice system.
The System is Not Made to Help Most Victims - Tara Mills
As a marriage and family therapist, Tara Mills understands the need for equal victims’ rights.
My Life Was Put in Danger - Sarah Reynolds
Sarah Reynolds was not given notification throughout the criminal justice process - including when her offender was released, putting her life in danger.
Mississippi Can Do Better - Kristen Liberto
State Investigator Kristen Liberto understands the need for stronger crime victims’ rights in Mississippi. Victims of crime deserve more from Mississippi’s criminal justice system.
Victims Need a Voice - Ishaunna Gully-Bettis
Ishaunna Gully-Bettis was left completely paralyzed from the waist down after being shot in her spinal cord by her ex-boyfriend March 23, 2002. In the criminal justice system, she felt pressured and wasn’t given an opportunity to understand the process.
A Voice for Victims - Teres'sa Ellzey
In 2007, my ex-husband broke into my home and stabbed me over 30 times in the presence of my two daughters. Although I have been left with limited use of my limbs and am now disabled, I was blessed.