Voter registration is necessary, especially when laws are written with the specific intent of inflicting damage on you and your family.
A grand-standing Georgia sheriff who tried to pull a stupid Halloween stunt was slapped down by a federal judge when registered individuals fought back.
As our numbers grow, we can wield a growing impact in elections. This becomes necessary when laws are written with the specific intent of inflicting damage on you and your family.
Nebraska law is designed to harm registered individuals and their families and there is ample evidence that it does just that. It is time we start bringing this fact to the attention of the courts.
An encouraging student voice says, “ABOLISH THE SEX-OFFENDER REGISTRY.” Opinion writer Ben Edwards, writing in the University of Alaska-Anchorage student newspaper, The Northern Light, puts together a cogent argument in favor of abolishing the sex-offender registry. An excerpt: The sex offender registry is premised under a largely outdated concept of sexual violence. When these registries […]
Nebraskans Unafraid’s FEARLESS is the subject of a newly-published research paper. The paper, written by Lisa Sample, Brooke Cooley, and Tusty ten Bensel, looks at the creation of FEARLESS and how it helps registered citizens and their families.Here is the abstract from the article.The term sex offender carries expectations that include a continuous level of […]
Bill Dobbs provides the latest report on the number of registered sex offenders in the United States, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) just released its latest map which shows the latest figures for sex offense registries in all states. (NCMEC is a private […]
A reminder to registrants about a scam that has impacted registered sex offenders in many states, including Nebraska.The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office warned in January that several people may have fallen victim to the scam, which involves a person calling a registrant, claiming to be from the Sheriff’s Office, and telling the registrant that he/she […]
Governor Pete Ricketts vetoed a bill (LB350) that would have allowed a person convicted of a misdemeanor or felony with a sentence other than probation or a fine to ask the court to set aside their conviction once they complete their sentence.Sen. John McCollister introduced the bill initially in January 2017, and the legislature passed […]
It remains to be seen if this bill will get off the ground. The Judiciary Committee heard testimony on LB693, introduced by Bellevue Sen. Carol Blood, which would regulate the use of unmanned aircraft (drones) in the state. Much of the bill’s language prohibits the use of drones to trespass or spy on another person.Any […]