Category Archives: Crime Victim Bill of Rights

Not a Hurdle: A case in Support of Pending US Constitutional Amendment for Victim Rights

   This is a letter written to Congressman Trent Franks presenting a case in support for a pending house bill that would ultimately result in a U.S. Constitutional Amendment granting Victims of Crime Some very basic Rights.  It is a … Continue reading

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Not a Hurdle but a Letter to the Illinois State Legislature in Support of Constitutional Amendments to the Victim Bill of Rights

27 March 2012 Dear Illinois Legislator: I write in support of the pending House Joint Resolution constitutional amendment to ILCON Art. 1, Sec. 8.1, known as Crime Victim Rights. My perspective is different than most. For twenty-three years I practiced … Continue reading

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