ClearMyCase seems GONE!

Over the past year or so we were warning our readers of a company based out of Texas targeting people required to register as Sex Offenders. A man by the name of John Fitzgerald Bordelon, operating a business called "ClearMyCase" was using several state's sex offender...

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MO: Compliant Sex Offender Stabbed and Left for Dead at his Home

Jimmy Lynn Casey, 66, was stabbed and killed in his home some time before June 28th, when a caseworker found his body. According to this article, "Casey lived in the 1100 block of Mulberry Street and was a compliant sex offender registered with the Missouri State...

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KY: License plate reader scans for sex offenders

A very scary plan is being implemented in Paducah, Kentucky. Police are being provided with a license plate scanner that scans for vehicles of people on the sex offender registry. The Kentucky State Police troopers already have this tool, but now it's being used on...

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NARSOL streamlines original lawsuit; NCRSOL files new lawsuit

By Robin Vander Wall . . . On April 16, 2018, NARSOL’s attorney, Paul Dubbeling, represented NARSOL, NCRSOL, and two Doe plaintiffs before federal District Court Judge Loretta Biggs at a hearing to defend NARSOL v. Stein against the state of North Carolina’s Motion to...

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Washington Post: Offenders are still humans.

An administration not known for policy creativity is unlikely to have useful internal policy debates. But in the Trump administration, prison reform is a welcome exception. This is largely because of the efforts of President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared...

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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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