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Does v. Stein hearing set for Feb 6

After more than a year since NARSOL was joined by NCRSOL and two John Doe plaintiffs in a civil rights challenge to North Carolina’s SORNA scheme, we finally have a hearing set before Judge Loretta Biggs. On Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 9:30 am, our attorney, Paul Dubbeling, will face off against the state’s attorneys in the federal courthouse located at…

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Off-Broadway’s “America is Hard to See” shines light on Miracle Village

Life Jacket Theatre Company, the team behind the acclaimed show Gorey, is set to debut its newest work, America is Hard to See, at the HERE Arts Center Off-Broadway this month. The new play by Travis Russ with music by Priscilla Holbrook is woven together from interviews and research conducted in Florida’s Miracle Village, a rural community for sex offenders.…

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Pastor Patti Appurlee featured in UK story on “Second Chance Sex Offenders”

Most parents want their children to find a loving, happy and healthy relationship with someone who treats them respect, and Patti Appurlee believes her daughter Lexi, 25, has found a man who fits that description. Patti describes Lexi’s boyfriend Chris, 26, as hardworking, respectful and ‘one of the best young men I’ve ever met’, and the pair are considering starting…

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Too young for sex, but old enough to murder

  By Sandy . . . He is 18. She is 14. The age of consent in New Mexico is 16. He was a cheerleading coach at Hatch Valley High School; most likely, at his age, an assistant or a volunteer. She is a cheerleader. They were caught in an automobile engaged in sexual activity. She said she participated in…

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NARSOL’s Vander Wall selected as JLUSA Fellow

NARSOL is proud to announce that its vice chair, Robin W. Vander Wall, has been selected to serve as a Fellow in the 2018 Cohort of JustLeadershipUSA’s Leading with Conviction program. Each year, JustLeadershipUSA (JLUSA) identifies effective and successful advocate leaders throughout the United States and invites them to apply for acceptance into a Cohort of formerly incarcerated individuals in…

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