Given the emerging consensus concerning victims' rights as reflected in many state constitutions as well as in federal law, Florida should not simply rest on the nearly thirty-year-old provison currently in its constitution. Instead, Florida should, through its established and recognized procedures, expand the protections contained in its provision to cover the rights reflected in provisions enacted across the country and reflected in Marsy's Law.
Cassell, Paul and Garvin, Margaret, "Policy Paper: The Need to Enhance Victims’ Rights in the Florida Constitution to Fully Protect Crime Victims’ Rights" (2017). Utah Law Faculty Scholarship. 78.