ACSOL: Federal District Court Dismisses IML Challenge

SOURCE A federal district court dismissed the recent IML challenge yesterday when it granted the government’s Motion to Dismiss a legal challenge to the International Megan’s Law (IML). That challenge, filed in January 2018, was based upon alleged violations by the...

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Women Against Registry: Families for Justice Reform Rally

From Women Against Registry The Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM) 'Families Rally for Justice Reform' event began Tuesday at 9 AM with breakfast at the FAMM office in Washington, D.C.. Kevin Ring - President and the other officers are very dedicated to...

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Bad Decision out of the 7th Circuit

On Wednesday, the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit handed down a horrible decision affirming a lower court's decision that effectively allowed a city to evict people required to register, from their homes. In Vasquez v. Foxx, 17-1061 (7th Cir. 2018) two men...

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FDLE Responds to FAC’s Request for Clarification

The FDLE has responded to our inquiry from May as to (a) what happens in emergency situations or when a registration office is not open, and (b) what is the definition of the term 'day', as it relates to the revision in the statute that requires IN PERSON notification...

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ACSOL: IML Judge Cancels Hearing on Motion to Dismiss

From the Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws: The federal judge to whom the IML lawsuit was assigned has canceled [JULY 9th] hearing on the government’s Motion to Dismiss the entire case. According to Judge John F. Walter, he will make a decision based solely...

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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.

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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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