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”
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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”
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