From NARSOL, here is a handy compilation of facts and statistics about sex offender registries complete with supporting links.Check it out at the NARSOL website.The palm card is a collection of the most salient facts regarding sexual offending, quickly available for reference or for distribution. Since space is at a premium, citation references are omitted […]
Another report from Julie Cornell of KETV, Omaha, examines online pornography and sex addiction.Omaha, NE –His private world was exposed in the fall of 2017, when an Omaha man’s wife discovered his infidelity stemming from a life-long struggle with pornography and sex addiction. “Ryan” is middle aged, highly educated, and has children. When his story […]
Prof. Eric Janus, one of the pre-eminent national experts on sexual violence law is heading up the Sex Offense Litigation and Policy Resource Center at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. The center has a goal of “tracking litigation and encouraging effective public policy related to sexual offenders.”“Our aim is to create a national network […]
Robert Wolf’s latest post at SOSEN. It’s a long, technical, read, but with much useful information.I’ve decided to create an article with some legal terminology in it. The reason I’m doing this is because there are a lot of organizations and individuals that are working with attorneys in an attempt to change the sex offender […]
The Sex Law and Policy Center has compiled a useful and informative guide for people forced to register as sex offenders and their loved ones.From the SLAP website:Over the past year, we’ve diligently worked to draft a reentry guidebook specifically for people on the registry and the people that love and support them as they […]
From the Collateral Consequences Resource Center, check out the updated Restoration of Rights Project, a state-by-state guide with information on topics including: the loss and restoration of civil rights and firearm rights; judicial expungement, sealing, and set-aside; executive pardons; and consideration of convictions in employment and licensing. Check out the Restoration of Rights Project here.
The National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, through its Restoration of Rights Project, has updated its comparison of relief from sex offender registration obligations in all 50 states.Courtesy of the Collateral Consequences Resource Center, check out the list here and here.
A new website, featuring the work of some of the top scholars in the field, will provide the latest research on sex offense policy. The website is for the Sex Offense Policy Research working group, which held its second annual meeting in Boston this summer. Dr. Lisa Sample is the president, and a founding member, […]
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