Marsy's Law

On November 4, 2008, the citizens of California approved Proposition 9, a measure that amended Article 1, Section 28(b) of the California Constitution. The measure, also known as the Victims’ Bill of Rights Act of 2008 or Marsy’s Law, preserves and protects the victims’ rights to justice and due process.    

  • To download a printable version of the Marsy’s Rights card, click Marsy’s Card.    (Marsy’s Card - Spanish
  • To find the next court proceeding on a case, contact Colusa County Superior Court or click Colusa County Superior Court and select Online Resources.
  • To request notice and confer with the prosecuting agency regarding the charges filed; to be informed before any pretrial disposition of the case; to obtain information on the right to be heard at any court hearing; for assistance with restitution claims; direction in obtaining domestic violence restraining orders; and assistance in applying for Victims of Crime Compensation, contact the Colusa County District Attorney’s Office, Victim Witness Unit at 530-458-0449
  • To obtain information about the Victim Assistance Center nearest you, contact the Attorney General’s office at 1-877-433-9069.
  • To obtain additional information about Marsy’s Law, visit the Attorney General’s website

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1. What is a Victim Impact Statement?
2. What do I do as a witness?
3. Resources
4. Marsy's Law
5. Financial Assistance for Victims
6. Inmate Locator and Release Notification
7. Criminal Case Information
8. Restitution
9. Family Violence Resources