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MI: After a Registry is Ruled Unconstitutional, Whom, If Anyone, Can Registrants Sue for Damages?
Registrants represented by Oliver Law Group appeal dismissal of their suit against governors and state police, as reported by Courthouse News. For more background on Michigan registrants’ challenge, visit Michigan ACLU’s SORA Resources...read more
For Some Convicted Sex Offenders, Finishing Their Sentences Doesn’t Mean They Get To Go Home
The civil commitment fiasco gets covered in the publication Route Fifty: ”’There is no evidence that having these programs reduces sexual assaults,’ said [ACLU lawyer Ben] Wolf. ‘We have a good lab: Lots of states have these programs and lots don’t. There is no...read more
VIDEO: Pennsylvania vs. Torsilieri Oral Arguments
“There is a difference between the conviction and the effect of the registry’s label of a ‘high risk of danger’ on individuals, particularly things like unemployment and joblessness, houselessness, depression, and even suicide are affected by the label. SORNA says...read more
NARSOL PA Affiliate: Responds to SCOPA Hearing in Comm. v. George Torsilieri
Press Release: HARRISBURG, PA – The Pennsylvania Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (PARSOL) strongly urges the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to uphold Chester County Judge Allison Bell Royer’s finding in the case of Comm. v. George Torsilieri that...read more
NARSOL WV Affiliate: Review of Two Frequently Cited SCOTUS Cases
With oral arguments before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court opening May 23, 2023, a member of the NARSOL affiliate in West Virginia looked at these two US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) cases which are cited so often, and prepared a brief review to share. Smith v. Doe, 538 U.S....read more