From The Marshall Project, here is their picks for the best criminal justice books of 2017. https://www.themarshallproject.org/books?list=2 The Chickenshit Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives The Chickenshit Club digs into prosecutorial underreach — the failure to prosecute bankers and other executives after the collapse of the housing bubble. A Colony in a […]
Found this group on facebook. Might be a good way to stay in touch with your local Representatives. https://www.facebook.com/townhall Please be proactive in contacting and addressing your local congress and district congress people. Just remember that they only act on what they hear from local citizens. Make your voice heard.
At the end of next week, two WAR members will attend the 4th Annual Gonzaga University International Conference on Hate Studies in Spokane, WA. We will present a podcast containing powerful information that we expect to be eye-opening, even to those who might study “hate” for a living. We will then answer questions and distribute […]
CCRC and its partner organizations NACDL, NLADA and the National HIRE Network are pleased to offer a state-by-state analysis of the law and practice in each U.S. jurisdiction relating to restoration of rights and status following arrest or conviction. These jurisdictional “profiles” cover areas such as loss and restoration of civil rights and firearms rights, judicial […]
Colorado’s pricey polygraph testing of sex offenders under fire as critics target accuracy, expense Psychologist calls state’s $5 million polygraph program “grossly excessive” as state legislature examines cost… Colorado has spent more than $5 million to administer polygraphs on convicted sex offenders over the last seven years despite concerns that the tests are so unreliable […]
The number and rate of substantiated claims of child sexual assault peaked in 1992, four years prior to the passage and implementation of the state’s original Megan’s Law, according to data from the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. Between 1992 and 1995, when Megan’s Law was signed into law but before it went into effect, […]
The 2017 Session has started. Time when Bills, memorials and resolutions are measured, enacted or under consideration by the Legislature. So far we have found at least one good Bill which we can get our foot in the door with, in order to help law-makers’ understand the degree of instability Registry laws instantiate. House Bill […]
Looking forward to the newest Legislature Session so we can start looking at Bills that are to be reviewed. The website is: https://apps.azleg.gov/BillStatus/BillOverview Keep a look out for any Bills which relate to Judiciary Committee actions containing relational articles of criminal prosecution or felony charges that we can introduce a addition to. This is a […]
Published on Aug 10, 2016 Workable Solutions, Reducing Trauma for Sex Offender Registrants & their Families’ Metamora Films interviews Molly Prince LCSW, a licensed therapist in the State of Utah about reducing trauma for families and registrants who are listed on the sex offender registry. These interview excerpts are part of Matt Duhamel’s presentation entitled, […]
California Reform Sex Offender Laws (CA RSOL) has a new name — Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL). The new name is significant in two ways: (1) it no longer uses the name of the state in which it was incorporated and (2) it uses the term “sex offense” instead of “sex offender”. The CA […]
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