NU/FACTS Publishes Registry Survival Guide eBook: A Handbook for Families

The April issue of Ninety-Five%, our monthly donor newsletter, includes excerpts from the opening chapter of our newly published eBook, Registry Survival Guide – Nebraska: A Handbook for Families.Early reviews of the Guide are positive: We’re being thanked by registrants who have not been able to get good information about compliance with the law fromContinue reading “NU/FACTS Publishes Registry Survival Guide eBook: A Handbook for Families”

Thoughts on Politicians’ Perversion of the Law

Wild-eyed blathering manic panic, driven by politicians who champion sex-offender punishments that are just plain stupid, has reached a point where it even wrecks the lives of the demonstrably falsely accused. A case in point: A football coach arrested on suspicion of a child porn offense, but the charges are dropped when it is foundContinue reading “Thoughts on Politicians’ Perversion of the Law”

Reason and Justice Re-emerging in Decisions on Former Sex Offenders?

by Gus The issue of punishing sex offenders more is always a popular one. The U.S. Supreme Court opened the door in Smith v. Doe (538 U.S. 84, 2003) for states to make sex offender registries as onerous as they’d like without worry about constitutionality, saying that registries were civil and regulatory, not punishment. WithContinue reading “Reason and Justice Re-emerging in Decisions on Former Sex Offenders?”