Sex Offender Registries Don’t Keep Kids Safe, But Politicians Keep Expanding Them Anyway

As demonstrated by the recent case of Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire long accused of molesting underage girls, local prosecutors and judges have wide discretion to overlook wealthy offenders while imposing impossible restrictions on poorer ones.

FEARLESS Topic Saturday: Legal Challenge to Unconstitutional Nebraska Registry Law

FEARLESS on Saturday, July 13, will address this topic: Challenging Nebraska’s Unconstitutionally Retroactive Registry Law Join us at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 13, at Holy Family Church, 1715 Izard Street, Omaha. Park on the street, lock your vehicle and leave no valuables inside, and enter the church through the side social hall entrance off 18th […]

If Terms of Your Registration Were Changed AFTER You Were Sentenced, Join Our Fight for Your Constitutional Rights

If your SOR status changed and reporting requirements were determined by the Nebraska State Patrol after your original court sentence, please provide contact information to Nebraskans Unafraid at nunafrd@gmail.com so that you may be reached if appropriate as the case develops.

Nebraska Gets 3rd FEARLESS Meeting

Nebraska, the birthplace of FEARLESS, is about to get its third FEARLESS meeting. The newest FEARLESS will meet on the second Saturday of the month, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., at Omaha’s Holy Family Church, 1715 Izard Street. The first meeting will be Saturday, June 8. Park on the street and enter the church from […]

Michigan Lawmakers Ordered to Revise Registry Years After It Was Found Unconstitutional

We can only hope that this is the future for Nebraska . . . A U.S. district court judge is giving Michigan lawmakers 90 days to change the state’s sex offender registry law, almost three years after it was first ruled unconstitutional by federal appeals court. U.S. District Judge Robert H. Cleland issued an order that […]

Collateral Damage II — Learning to Live Without Regret: A Story in Seven Parts

From the NARSOL blog Part II: Before the storm By Daisy The massive earthquake in my soul took place in the summer of 2003. I had just graduated from college with a Bachelor of Science degree, and I was ready to take on the whole world! My husband, whom I will refer to as Alan, […]

Collateral Damage — Learning to Live Without Regret: A Story in Seven Parts

From the NARSOL blog — Part I: Introduction By Daisy I have been wanting to share my story for quite some time, but I could never muster the courage to do so. After keeping it locked inside for an exhausting and difficult 15 years, I finally—and cathartically—confided in a close friend whose empathy is surpassed […]