JEFFERSON CITY — In a decision that could further reduce Missouri’s prison population, a federal judge has ordered the state to overhaul its parole system. The order, spurred by a class-action lawsuit in 2017 by state prison inmates, requires the state’s Department of Corrections to implement over two dozen reforms related to the agency’s unconstitutional […]
When a sex offender calls, she’s there to listen As advocates reevaluate the value of offender registries, a women-led support line vows to offer help to those who feel shunned by their communities.By Serena Solomon The following excerpt is from the ezine Vox. Please follow the link below to read the full article. Thanks folks. And […]
[ACSOL] The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) filed a lawsuit today challenging the City of Murrieta’s requirement that all registrants, including those with COVID-19 high risk factors, register in person. The lawsuit is expected to be the first of many such lawsuits to be filed in California this week. “The City of Murrieta […]
Article originally posted in the Florida Action Commitee page; https://floridaactioncommittee.org/nj-supreme-court-rules-removal-from-registry-is-one-strike-and-you-are-out/#respond As you read this in respect to this Arizona chapter of W.A.R. we ask that you please contact your Senators and Congress-people in your District to help AZ become a state that has a Registry Removal process. The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled this week […]
Janice Bellucci can add another check to the victory column as Fresno California will be paying out an undisclosed amount in a settlement to the Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) attorney who sued them over their residency restriction. In addition to the settlement Fresno has to pay out, is the more important win […]
UPDATE:On Feb. 14, U.S. District Judge Robert Cleland ruled to provide relief for registrants on the Michigan Sex Offender Registration Act. Judge Cleland ordered that if the legislature does not bring the law into compliance with constitutional requirements, the state will no longer be able to enforce the law against pre-2011 registrants. In August 2016, the federal […]
Margaret LoveAttorney Executive Director:Collateral Consequences Resource Center Author On NACDL Task Force for Restoration of Rights US Pardon Attorney (1990-1997) David SchlusselAttorney Was Law Clerk for the US District Courtin the Central District of California Was the 1st Fellow at the CCRC Current Deputy Director; CCRC Presentation Topics: Reforms to the Access and Use of […]
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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 best-case […]
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