Colorado man removed from sex offender registry in "unusual" case

Reporter Kaitlin Durbin writes about a Colorado Springs man who has won his battle to be removed from the sex offender registry, in a case described as “unprecedented.” The man was convicted in a Romeo-and-Juliet case in Missouri, for having sex with his 14-year-old girlfriend when he was 17.  For more than a decade, DavidContinue reading “Colorado man removed from sex offender registry in "unusual" case”

Do sex offenders deserve special mistreatment in prison?

Shelly Stow’s latest post at her With Justice for All blog hits close to home. Closing our eyes to prisoner abuse must stop. Prisons are not supposed to be fun or pleasant. They are designed for restrictions and punishment intended to bring about rehabilitation. They are not intended to facilitate, even encourage, vigilante activities againstContinue reading “Do sex offenders deserve special mistreatment in prison?”