Zero evidence to support residency restrictions

By Jesse Singal . . . On Thursday, Joseph Goldstein of the New York Times reported that “Dozens of sex offenders who have satisfied their sentences in New York State are being held in prison beyond their release dates because of a new interpretation of a state law that governs where they can live.” In short, since 2005, sex offenders in the…

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Superb article series at Slate

Slate has published two in a series of excellent articles showing the facts and the truth about many of the issues on which the Draconian sex offender registry and accompanying restrictions are based. These articles strip away the myths and the falsehoods and show the plain, unvarnished truth. One of the pieces includes a quote by RSOL ED Brenda Jones. RSOL…

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RSOL receives positive exposure at NACDL’s annual meeting

By Brenda Jones . . . RSOL just concluded a successful and exciting three days at the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Annual Meeting. There were more than 300 attorneys from all over the country in attendance. RSOL representative Larry Neely attended nearly all the workshops and networked with attorneys from several states, including New York, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Oklahoma,…

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