Marsy’s Law Destroys a Victim’s Privacy “Rights”

by Steve MacDonald April 24, 2018

Marsy’s Law changes the definition of a victim to include potentially so many other individuals that it effectively erases any right to privacy the actual victim might have. Marsy’s Law effectually diminishes a victim’s privacy. Currently, a victim is the actual victim with some exceptions. This amendment proposes to expand that definition to include any […]

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Problem: Criminal Justice System Ignoring the Law – Solution: Amend a Constitution They Also Ignore

by Steve MacDonald April 19, 2018

I don’t believe the New Hampshire AG ever investigated claims by NH Police Chief Andrew Shagoury when, in his opposition to concealed carry, he suggested to a State House Committee that minors might have been issued pistol revolver licenses. That would be in violation of state law, as would his knowing it and not demanding an investigation […]

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Marsy’s Law – Bad for Victims, Bad for New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald April 9, 2018

Nicole Fortune joins me to discuss a proposed amendment to the constitution (CACR22) known as Marsy’s law. A change sold as victims rights that are actually bad for victims, bad for privacy, bad for the accused, but good for government. Listen to find out why. Follow this podcast on iTunes

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