We advocate for those on the registry, not because we are soft on crime but because the registry is unconstitutional.
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.
Alaska high court: Registry is unconstitutionally broad because it includes former offenders who are not dangerous.
The Nebraska State Patrol Sex Offender Website causes harm and mistreatment of children. https://youtu.be/hoRAXt5hzTc
No one, not even law enforcement, should rely on this inaccurate list.
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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org so that you may be reached if appropriate as the case develops.
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 [...]
Researchers at UNO are anxious to hear about your lives prior to and after your convictions. Specifically, they are trying to understand the role pornography viewing plays in sex offending. If interested, please contact Julie Garman at email@example.com, which is a new email account established specifically for this study. Please be advised that you should [...]
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 [...]