Nebraska Gets 3rd FEARLESS Meeting

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‚Äôs Holy Family Church, 1715 Izard Street. The first meeting will be Saturday, June 8. Park on the street and enter the church fromContinue reading “Nebraska Gets 3rd FEARLESS Meeting”

NC court: No proof public safer when sex offenders tracked

A North Carolina court has ruled that long-term GPS monitoring of registered sex offenders is unconstitutional because there is no evidence such tracking protects the public. As per an Associated Press report about the decision: A divided three-judge panel of the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that because officials presented no evidence that satellite-basedContinue reading “NC court: No proof public safer when sex offenders tracked”

MA court says state has burden to prove dangerousness

The Massachusetts Supreme Court has ruled that the state bears the burden of proof when determining whether registered citizens should or should not be moved to a less dangerous classification. Here’s an excerpt from an article about the ruling at WBUR. “We conclude that the risk of erroneous classification and deprivation remains in reclassification proceedingsContinue reading “MA court says state has burden to prove dangerousness”