Holiday Travel Tips for Sex Offenders

Before going over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house for the holidays, registrants may need to notify the authorities of their travel plans. One of the numerous requirements of the Sex Offender Registration Act is that every Nebraska registrant must notify authorities before he or she embarks on a trip longer thanContinue reading “Holiday Travel Tips for Sex Offenders”

Federal judge dismisses IML lawsuit

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the International Megan’s Law, saying the lawsuit was premature, according to a report in the Washington Post. U.S. District Court Judge Phyllis Hamilton said Friday it was also not clear yet who would be subject to the passport identifier and what form the identifier would take. TheContinue reading “Federal judge dismisses IML lawsuit”

Call to Action: State Department to Brand Passports

Notice from Registrant TAG: We are reaching out to all and affiliates to respond the recent State Department notice on implementation of the unique identifier provision of IML. https://s3.amazonaws.com/ public-inspection. federalregister.gov/2016- 21087.pdfhttps://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/ FR-2016-09-02/html/2016-21087. htm It was signed by: Bureau of Councilor Affairs   Sen   Senior Advisor David T Donahue 6826     202-647-9584 We request emails, faxes, phone calls etc be sent to the attachedContinue reading “Call to Action: State Department to Brand Passports”