Tag: Amendment 6

Scott PowersJanuary 7, 2019
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5min470
Voters’ overwhelming approval of Amendment 6 to put broad guarantees of crime victims’ rights into the Florida Constitution means the Florida Legislature has a lot of clarifying to do, from defining who notifies victims to what victims’ information might be shielded from public disclosure. At least that was the assessment of several representatives of stakeholders […]

Scott PowersOctober 30, 2018
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4min294
The group pushing to have crime victims’ rights detailed in the Florida Constitution through the Amendment 6 proposal is launching another round of four TV commercials featuring stories of crime victims and State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle of Miami-Dade County. In one of the commercials, Laura DeHarde, an abuse victim from Coral Springs, explains how […]

Michael MolineOctober 25, 2018
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The Florida Supreme Court, as promised, issued its written decision explaining why it allowed the Constitution Revision Commission’s victims’ rights amendment on the Nov. 6 ballot — and the majority swept aside complaints the ballot language is misleading. ”In this case, the ballot title and summary comply with the statutory word limitations. Additionally, the title and […]


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