Before it is too late, let Attorney General Garland know why he should not sign off on the SORNA changes.
“This is why the registry should not be public. It made me an easy and vulnerable target.”
There is little evidence that the sort of public notification practiced by every state delivers benefits that outweigh those costs. Louisiana’s experiment in ritual humiliation, which branded registrants with orange letters they had to display in every transaction that required producing a government-issued ID, compounded those costs without offering any plausible benefits.