Broward Sex Crimes Prosecutor Arrested for Shoplifting

Broward County Assistant State Attorney Stacey Honowitz, who has prosecuted crimes for nearly 30 years, was caught shoplifting from a Publix Supermarket in Aventura. She was a supervisor in the sex crimes unit. The Aventura police released security camera footage...

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CALL TO ACTION – ACT NOW

Dear Members and Advocates, Below is a Press Release from FAC on Amendment 4.   We need your help to get this information to as many media and community groups as possible.  Please copy and paste the text into an email and send to your local media reporters, community...

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The Dobbs Wire: BANISHED from New York City — have a listen!

Last week the prestigious New York City Bar Association hosted an important live panel discussion, “Banished from New York City.”  A packed house heard about New York’s draconian sex laws including one with the innocent sounding name of SARA that has people in prison...

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India launches NON PUBLIC sex offender registry

India has launched a national sex offender registry. The database will be accessible only to law enforcement agencies and not to the public. There will be 440,000 names registered on the database.  

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FAC Member Submission

From a member: I was arrested when I was 18. It was a sting operation. Non violent, no contact, and consensual. I was sentenced as a Youthful Offender, withheld adjudication, and 2 years of probation (off in one). The judges' exact words were "my hands are tied" when...

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PLN: What Would Dr. King Do?

What Would Dr. King Do? The Case Against Amendment 4 on Felon Voting Rights   by Paul Wright Florida leads the nation with over 1 million citizens disenfranchised and unable to vote due to felony convictions. The path to having their voting rights restored is...

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Florida’s Ballot Measure Reinforces Discrimination

This November, Floridians will vote on a proposal to amend the state constitution.  Amendment 4 is bittersweet. If passed, many Florida residents—who have paid the price for their wrongdoing--will have their right to vote restored.  Florida law bars those with...

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In-Person Reporting Challenge

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 Retainer

The goal of this legal challenge is to have the registry recognized as punitive rather than administrative. The most immediate and obvious consequence of this would be that only laws and registration requirements active at the time of offense could be applied to a registrant.

In-Person Reporting Challenge

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

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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