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Hearing to enjoin Englewood, CO SORR to be heard today

August 30, 2016

Today, at 2PM, the Federal Court in Colorado will hear oral arguments and plaintiff testimony in a motion for preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order preventing...

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Judges Are Starting to Question Overzealous Sex-Offender Laws

August 29, 2016

There’s a stark divide between lawmakers and experts when it comes to laws which restrict where registered sex offenders can live. Cities and states all around the country have...

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New Study on Sex Offender Regulations

August 29, 2016

A new study appearing in a recent issue of the Connecticut Law Review analyzed the effectiveness of post-release regulations on sex offenders and their impact on sex offender...

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Appeals Court Issues Scathing Ruling Against Michigan Sex Offender Penalties

August 29, 2016

Like so many states, Michigan is addicted to punishing sex offenders—not just once, but over and over again, through a series of measures designed to shame, stigmatize, and...

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Excellent News: Michigan’s Sex Offender Act Unconstitutional

August 25, 2016

The 6th Circuit today declared Michigan’s sex offender registry unconstitutional and as grounds; it being EX POST FACTO PUNISHMENT!!! This news is HUGE, since...

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Update on Cruises for Registered Citizens from RTAG

August 25, 2016

Cruise Line travel for Registrants     We can give definitive information as to Registrant travel as it pertains to cruise lines. RCL:  To date, Royal Caribbean uses a...

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Internet Identifier Update

August 25, 2016

A scheduling conference was held this morning on our Internet Identifier case. Here’s the schedule: Government’s response to our motion to proceed anonymously is due...

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Minnesota Civil Commitment Center releases it’s FIRST detainee

August 25, 2016

The long legal battle facing the Minnesota Civil Commitment center seems to be chipping away at the doors of the gate as the first ever detainee was released today.    ...

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Why does the government not stop the proliferation of CP, when it can?

August 25, 2016

A recent case came out of the 10th Circuit which described AOL’s (the Internet Service Provider) ability to scan digital images and detect which ones are illegal...

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Florida Appeals Court Clarifies Reporting Requirements After a Move

August 23, 2016

On August 18, the 1st District Court of Appeals in Florida ordered the acquittal of a registered citizen who was charged with failing to report to the sheriff’s office...

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Notes from the 2016 National Symposium On Sex Offender Management and Accountability

August 23, 2016

This symposium was promoted as the “10th Anniversary of the AWA” Important points: Much was discussed about efficacy etc. There were areas in which there were strong consensus of...

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Miami-Dade Sex Offender Homeless Encampment Reaches 250 People

August 23, 2016

The shame of Miami-Dade has reached a new level. The encampment of homeless sex offenders living alongside the railroad tracks on the street corner in a warehouse district in...

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The Joke that Wasn’t

August 22, 2016

For those of you who read our posts and weekly updates, you probably have noticed that some of the articles contain a bit of sarcastic humor. I chose to write in this fashion for...

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Liberal SCOTUS could bring significant change

August 22, 2016

This morning an article came out on Vox.com about ways the upcoming Presidential Election may shape the legal landscape through creating a more liberal Supreme Court. Currently,...

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MUST WATCH: Milwaukee SORR backfired

August 22, 2016

in 2014 we reported about the city of Milwaukee, WI considering a Sex Offender Residency Restriction. Not only did we caution against it, but the City’s police department...

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Tenth Circuit finds compelling polygraphs Unconstitutional.

August 22, 2016

Yet another court has recently found that compelling an individual to answer sexual history questions during a polygraph violates the Fifth Amendment. As part of sex offender...

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IL: Blind Sex Offender convicted of violating Halloween Ordinance

August 19, 2016

In South Roxana, IL a Blind man was arrested for violating their Halloween Ordinance because he was present when his step-daughter was handing out candy on Halloween....

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Internet Identifier Lawsuit

August 19, 2016

A Scheduling Conference has been set for August 25th in our Internet Identifier lawsuit. We will update with the scheduled date on the hearing for our Temporary Restraining...

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CO: Sex offenders sue Englewood claiming city ordinance effectively bans them from city

August 19, 2016

Sex offenders allowed in only 1 percent of Englewood parcels Three convicted sex offenders have sued the city of Englewood in federal court claiming that its zoning ordinances...

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PA Supreme Court Ruling Alters Some Sex Offender Registration

August 17, 2016

A Pennsylvania supreme court ruling soon will alter the registration requirements, for some types of convicted sex offenders. First-time offenders convicted of a tier one sex...

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