Victims' Bill of Rights - Marsy's Law
On November 4, 2008, the people of the State of California approved Proposition 9, the Victims' Bill of Rights Act of 2008 known as Marsy's Law, a measure that amended the California Constitution to include a Bill of Rights for crime victims in California. The purpose of this constitutional amendment is to provide all victims with rights to justice and due process.
- Read the Victims' Bill of Rights as enacted: Marsy's Law Bill of Rights
- To find the next court proceeding on an adult case, please click on Adult Case Information
- To be notified about the status of a juvenile case, please click on Juvenile Case Notifications
- Summary & help available to victims: Printable Marsy's Law Brochure / Marsy's Law (Spanish)
Crime victims may obtain more information about their cases by calling the office locations listed herein.