ATLANTA - Marsy's Law for Georgia released its first television advertisement Thursday leading up to the November Election.
It will appear on the ballot as Amendment Four.
If enacted, the law would give constitutional rights to crime victims.
Amendment Four will provide crime victims' bill of rights in the state constitution.
Georgia is one of six states that will have the chance to enact the law this year.
A constitutional amendment requires a two-thirds vote in both houses of the general assembly, where it passed unanimously this year. It also requires a simple majority of voters.