Call Your Attorney If Someone Leaves a Piece of Orange Paper on Your Door, Then Tell Us About It

Someone is going around Omaha (and possibly other communities) and leaving orange pieces of paper on the doors of the residences of Registered Citizens. The paper claims to come from the Nebraska State Patrol, and the printing on it says you “must” call in response to the piece of paper.I A N A LNebraskans Unafraid […]

Federal Judge finds Colorado Sex Offender registry unconstitutional

Another federal judge has ruled against another state’s sex offender registry.Judge Richard Matsch declared Colorado’s SORA laws violate the constitutional rights of three registrants, ruling that it constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.Allison Ruttenberg, the registrants attorney, is quoted in this report about the decision.“Making them at risk for vigilantes’ action to have their houses burned […]

Report from NARSOL National Conference

The National Association for Rational Sex Offense Laws (NARSOL) held its annual conference June 2-4, 2017, in Atlanta, Georgia.NARSOL’s ninth conference: Building a Foundation for Effective Advocacy A recap from Sandy, NARSOL Communications Director The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) Conference guests enthusiastically received information and current legal perspectives from four leading attorneys who […]

NARSOL seeks stories of Registered Humans

National RSOL has launched a new project, Registered Humans.From the NARSOL website:As advocates, we are daily faced with stereotypes of “sex offender” that are completely inadequate to show the broad range of persons who are required to register. These stereotypes create monsters instead of flawed human beings trying to turn their lives around. This flawed […]