Charging each image separately does not violate Double Jeopardy

On Friday, in Florida's Fifth District Court of Appeals, ruled that charging a criminal defendant with separate counts for each image did not violate the constitutional prohibition of being “twice put in jeopardy” for “the same offense.” In Taylor v. State the...

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The Dobbs Wire: What are prosecutors hiding?

The Dobbs Wire:  Is the government breaking the rules, using secret technology to erode constitutional rights?   In cases around the country involving illegal images, prosecutors have dropped charges rather than allow defense attorneys to scrutinize how the government...

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CT: Lawmakers debate revamping sex offender registry

State legislators are debating whether they should make changes in the state’s sex offender registry, which was established in 1998. Former Republican state legislator Bob Farr of West Hartford and other advocates called Monday for approving the recommendations of the...

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NACDL: In Support of Second Chance Month

From National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers: During the month of April, we will be shining a light on the need for second chances, and we will need your help! Over 70 million Americans have a criminal record and therefore potentially face an onslaught of...

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In-Person Reporting Challenge (FUNDED)

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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.

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