Sen. Seyarto’s crime victims’ rights bill is signed into law

State Senator Kelly Seyarto, R-Murrieta, represents California's 32nd Senate District. Valley News/Courtesy photo
SACRAMENTO – Sen. Kelly Seyarto, R-Murrieta, announced that the governor signed Senate Bill 86 into law, expanding resources available to crime victims by requiring a comprehensive website which provides victims with easy access to essential information and services.SB 86 builds on Marsy’s Law, which was passed by voters in 2008, that ensures that victims of crime have equal rights as those accused and convicted of crimes.First responders are required to provide victims with a physical card that lists victims’ rights and additional resources, and the same information will now be presented in a clear and concise manner on a website accessible to victims, closing an information gap to make the aftermath of a crime easier to navigate.The website is hosted by the Victims Lega
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