Federal Court dismisses latest challenge to International Megan’s Law

The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws reports on another disappointing court ruling. A federal judge in California has upheld the latest challenge to the constitutionality of International Megan’s Law. A federal district court dismissed the recent IML challenge yesterday when it granted the government’s Motion to Dismiss a legal challenge to the International Megan’sContinue reading “Federal Court dismisses latest challenge to International Megan’s Law”

Passport revoked

The federal government is revoking the passports of registrants under the International Megan’s Law. Here is the experience of one Illinois registrant, courtesy of NARSOL. By Scott . . . I’m on the board of Illinois Voices for Reform and have been actively involved with the organization since 2012. I am on the registry forContinue reading “Passport revoked”

Study: When a Sex Offender Comes to Visit

A new study, by University of Louisville doctoral student Shawn M. Rolfe, looks at registration requirements in each state for non-resident sex offenders. Not surprisingly, the requirements vary state to state. From the abstract: The findings indicate that registration requirements and residence restrictions vary significantly by state for nonresident registrants. While not surprising given thatContinue reading “Study: When a Sex Offender Comes to Visit”