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Listen to the NRSOL Call on International Megan’s Law: Janice Bellucci was Guest

February 12, 2016

For those who could not call in to the National RSOL monthly call on Wednesday, you missed a good call. Guest speaker Janice Bellucci spoke about the International Megan's Law...

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Survey on employment and public assistance

February 10, 2016

Take the survey here: https://eSurv.org?s=LMJONK_69a07f7b This is a survey on how people find jobs and take care of themselves while on the registry. Please fill it out and share...

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Lawsuit Filed Against International Megan’s Law

February 9, 2016

As indicated, a lawsuit has been filed seeking an injunction against the actions proposed by the International Megan's Law that was signed into law yesterday by President Obama....

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Obama Signs International Megan’s Law; what’s next?

February 9, 2016

It's official. Obama Signed the International Megan's Law into Law yesterday. It is a horrible, but expected, step. So what is next? LAWSUIT! Since this is a national issue, RSOL...

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America’s broken sex offender policy goes global

February 9, 2016

The long arm of sex offender laws Ex-offenders convicted of sex crimes in the United States are accustomed to facing numerous and often burdensome restrictions. There are laws...

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Washington Post: Bill to mark sex offender passports raises ire of criminal justice advocacy group

February 4, 2016

[FAC COMMENTS INSERTED IN CAPS AND BRACKETED] A criminal justice advocacy group is prepared to sue the federal government if President Obama signs into law a measure requiring...

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IML CALL TO ACTION: 5 things you should be doing.

February 4, 2016

The International Megan's Law has been the primary focus of most of our posts over the last week, because of it's significance. Never before has the US branded the travel...

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eMail RE: IML

February 3, 2016

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Wednesday, February 03, 2016 1:00 PM To: [email protected];...

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L.A. Times Editorial: Do sex offenders deserve a scarlet letter on their passport?

February 3, 2016

After rousing themselves from the 30-plus-year bad trip that was the war on drugs — or rather, the war on drug users — many Americans in and out of elected office looked around...

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Passports Of The Damned

February 3, 2016

It already passed the House. And the Senate.  It’s now in conference committee, working out the kinks between the two, before it goes to President Obama for his signature. And...

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Sex Offenders Rally to Fight Discriminatory Laws

February 3, 2016

Advocates for reforming laws restricting where registered sex offenders can live, and for challenging sex offender registries, have vowed to continue the fight despite facing...

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Obama Could Still Stop ‘Megan’s Law’ From Making Sex Offenders Get Special Passports

February 3, 2016

Both the U.S. House and Senate have signed off on a bill to brand registered sex offenders as such on their passports and require federal officials to notify foreign governments...

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Sex offenders face obstacles from well-intended laws

February 3, 2016

I've been trying to help a sex offender I'll call George to find a home plan in preparation for his release from prison in March. I've known this man for 10 years. His crimes are...

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The Marshall Project: Congress Acts to Mark Passports of Sex Offenders

February 2, 2016

Target of legislation is sex-traffickers; critics call it a ‘scarlet letter.’ Legislation requiring the State Department to identify registered sex offenders with a special mark...

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Email to Rep. Smith’s staff RE: IML

February 2, 2016

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Monday, February 01, 2016 6:58 PM To: [email protected]; [email protected];...

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IML passes Congress, what the law will do

February 2, 2016

International Megan's Law, a bill cobbled together by House Rep. Chris Smith of New Jersey and his counterpart in the Senate, Ed Royce, has now passed both Houses of Congress and...

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NEWSWEEK: Should a 9-year-old Be Branded a Sex Offender for Life?

February 1, 2016

Southwestern Law School professor Catherine Carpenter put it bluntly in her new research paper, "Throwaway Children: The Tragic Consequences of a False Narrative." "Truth be...

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Judge Gives Man 5 Days for Child Porn, Rails Against Harsh Sentences

February 1, 2016

A Brooklyn man who faced 10 years for downloading child pornography was sentenced to five days by a federal judge who sharply criticized punishment guidelines for failing to...

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Looking for Plaintiffs – International Megan’s Law Challenge

January 30, 2016

Dear Leaders in Sex Offender Policy:   If you're getting this message it's because I believe you can help me.  A number of lawyers are working with me to lay the foundations...

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Teachers committing sex offenses. Should more focus be placed on prevention?

January 29, 2016

Within the past 24 hours, there have been at least a half-dozen news stories about separate instances of sexual assaults on children at the hands of their teachers. In Chicago,...

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