Thank you Stephanie!

Stephanie is a hero. Stephanie is the Plaintiff in the Ex Post Facto Plus II lawsuit. Stephanie is her real name. It's not "Jane Doe" or some other pseudonym used in this post to protect her anonymity, because she can't. She is forced to bear the stress of proceeding...

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2022 Annual Donation Drive

Thank you for your contributions to the General Operating and Membership Fund. FAC does not receive grants or funding as a 501c4 organization. Each dollar received is needed to cover the costs of communications, membership meetings, mailings, conference attendance, professional organization fees, supplies, printing, and postage. Our goal is to reach every registered citizen in FL, and have a seat at every possible table to let our voices be heard. This is a non-profit organization; the more we can raise, the more work we can do, and the more places we can be. No one in the organization is paid for their time and service.

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Text Registration Reminders

Get reminded to register on your months via SMS text messages. Just text "START" to 727-233-4785 to begin -OR- click HERE for more details and a flyer which can be printed and shared with others.

No warranty or liability implied. It is always YOUR responsibility to register. Intended as a backup reminder. Service provided free as a courtesy. Standard text message rates may apply.

In-Person Reporting Challenge (FUNDED)

The goal of this legal challenge is to eliminate or significantly reduce the requirement to physically report (in-person) to the Sheriff's office.

Ex Post Facto – Sustainer 2022

March 2022 Update on the two Ex Post Facto (EPF) cases filed by FAC: EPF I case is in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. The FAC EPF II case got the green light to proceed in the Northern District of FL. The court has set a scheduling order, with a trial date set for January 17, 2023. The goal of the these legal challenges is to have the registry recognized as punitive rather than administrative. The most immediate consequence of this would be that only laws and requirements active at the time of offense could be applied to a person required to register. With your continued support, we can sustain the strength of our argument with expert testimony and the like, as well as cover other costs associated with cases of this magnitude.

Non-Registrant Collateral Consequences Challenge

This lawsuit will challenge the registration requirements imposed on people not on the registry! It will be brought on behalf of registrants' family, friends, employers and others who are impacted by the registry by virtue of living with, employing, or even sharing the same family name as a registrant. Plaintiffs will be spouses who have their vehicles registered and flagged, children who can't have a parent watch them graduate or perform in a school play, roommates who are prevented from decorating their home for the holidays, and others.

Out of State Challenge

The goal of this legal challenge is to remove anyone on the registry who is not currently residing in the Florida community.

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