The focus of Marsy’s Law on providing victims’ rights against the accused (and in support of the government’s prosecutorial power) runs contrary to the whole notion of why the Bill of Rights was enshrined in the New Hampshire Constitution over two centuries ago – namely, to protect the accused from the government. | More at GraniteGrok.com
Victims’ Rights Enhance the Power of the State at the Expense of the Accused.
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