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?”

Omaha World-Herald Story Misses the Point (or Several Points)

by Gus  Parents, teachers hear from child molesters themselves about how they target kids The link above is the title of an article written by Lauren Sedam with the Omaha World-Herald. The subject matter covered goes to the heart of one of the biggest arguments against the registry and public disclosure of registrant’s information: mostContinue reading “Omaha World-Herald Story Misses the Point (or Several Points)”

News From WAR (Women Against the Registry)

News Release from Women Against the Registry (WAR) Florida Action Committee                                         WAR Press Contact:                                                             Press Contact:Gail Colletta                                                               Kimberly DuBinaGail@floridaactioncommittee.org                             contact@womenagainstregistry.com For Immediate Release Florida Is At It Again-Putting Children At Risk A large, national coalition of C.U.R.E, CURE-SORT,Continue reading “News From WAR (Women Against the Registry)”