An Indiana appellate court has decided that requiring an individual with an out of state conviction who moves to Indiana to register as a sex offender, even when the registry didn't exist in Indiana or in the state of conviction, does not violate Indiana's Ex Post...read more
Source: ACSOL A lawsuit was filed today in a federal district court in California challenging the denial of access to a military base of a military retiree solely because he is required to register. The lawsuit claims that the military retiree’s right to due process...read more
An initial assessment of 266 inmates released early from Oregon prisons during the pandemic showed they were no more likely to commit new crimes than those who serve their full sentences. The state Criminal Justice Commission said in a recent report that recidivism...read more
The Dobbs Wire: SOLPRC’s Guide for Practitioners to New Federal SORNA Regulations Effective January 7, 2022 Just Published
The Dobbs Wire: Just published! The Sex Offense Litigation and Policy Resource Center (SOLPRC) has just issued an “explainer” for attorneys about the new, complicated, and murky federal Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) regulations which took...read more
Click below to read the letter sent by CAUTIONclick National Campaign for Reform (CCNCR) concerning the sentencing of CP offenses. CCNCR Judiciary Committee...read more
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