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What’s the Real Rate of Sex-Crime Recidivism?

May 30, 2016

One sentence in a 1986 mass-market magazine continues to sway court cases involving sex offenders. By Steven Yoder In the early 1980s, rehabilitation counselor Robert Longo could...

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IML Protest Planned for July 27th in Oakland, California

May 30, 2016

Join California RSOL in protesting International Megan’s Law (IML), the law to prevent Registrant international travel, at the U.S. District Court in Oakland, California,...

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Miami-Dade County Files Answer Brief in SORR challenge

May 26, 2016

Attorneys for Miami-Dade filed an Answer Brief this week in our Sex Offender Residency Restriction Challenge currently in front of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. A copy of...

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License Plate Scanners and Registration of Family Vehicles

May 26, 2016

If you get a chance, read this article in the International Business Times and think about Florida’s requirement to register vehicles of people who live with...

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The word “pedophile”

May 26, 2016

It’s such an ugly word. Like “phlegm” or “fetus”. Just the word itself makes people cringe with disgust and that’s the response lawmakers and...

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RTAG Creates the new ‘Trip Advisor’ for sex offenders.

May 25, 2016

It’s not quite Trip Advisor, nor does it provide reviews of hotels or tell you what to see while you are there, but it will tell you if you’re likely to be let into...

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Lee Sheriff charges Fox4 nearly $200k for sex offender records

May 25, 2016

Not sure what’s more shocking here; Fox4’s willingness to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to shame sex offenders for ratings – or the fact that...

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The special problem of being a sex offender.

May 25, 2016

For Some Prisoners, Finishing Their Sentences Doesn’t Mean They Get Out After serving a year and two months for a probation violation, Landreaux Yantz should have been able to...

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Member Submission: RE: Sex Stings

May 23, 2016

Another sex sting, this time it looks like Georgia is getting in on the Federal Govt “goodies.” (millions in grant $$). A few disturbing things to notice here. Just...

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NY Times Movie Review on ‘Pervert Park’

May 23, 2016

There are no pleasant moments in “Pervert Park,” only wretched and thought-provoking ones. Whether you can make it through them is an open question. The title of this documentary...

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Must Listen: Registrant Issue Discussed on Bill Mick Live

May 18, 2016

Space Coast Radio WMMB-AM’s Bill Mick Live discussed Sex Offender Issues on yesterday’s show in the context of how Sex Offender Residency Restrictions are similar in...

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Colorado Supreme Court Ruling on Polygraph Admissions

May 17, 2016

The Colorado Supreme Court issued an opinion yesterday ruling that the Fifth Amendment protection against self incrimination precluded a probationer from being violated for...

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FAC Attorneys File Objections in Seminole Lawsuit

May 16, 2016

Today, Florida Institutional Legal Services Project of Florida Legal Services, our attorneys in the Seminole Proximity Ordinance Challenge, filed Objections to the...

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Challenge to SORNA retroactivity reaches Pennsylvania Supreme Court

May 16, 2016

In the last few years, Pennsylvania’s courts have taken an active role in defining the propriety and scope of the state’s sex offender registration program.  Following on the...

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The word sex offender was uttered and everyone lost their minds

May 16, 2016

“So… nothing illegal or wrong happened in this incident. Everyone over-reacted and jumped to conclusions. The word sex offender was uttered and everyone lost their...

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Next up for sex offenders in Indonesia… Implanted Microchips

May 16, 2016

It’s looking like sex offenders in Indonesia are facing a new and invasive consequence; an implanted microchip that will track their activity. That’s what the news...

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New Study on Distorted Statistics on Recidivism

May 13, 2016

Alissa R. Ackerman and Marshall Burns had a study published in the Spring 2016 issue of the Justice Policy Journal on how the government and media distort the statistics for...

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Florida’s Private Prison Movement Alive and Well

May 13, 2016

With the promise of saving taxpayer dollars to house a growing prisoner population during a cyclical crime wave in the early 1990s, Florida decided to experiment with private...

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Sex Offenders and a Facebook Free Speech Fight

May 12, 2016

A registered sex offender wants the U.S. Supreme Court to invalidate a North Carolina law that bans him from accessing Facebook and other social media sites, in Packingham v....

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WATCH: WFTV Reports on Seminole Lawsuit

May 12, 2016

Talk about one-sided…. * You must have Adobe Flash to...

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