NARSOL rocks Cleveland for its tenth annual conference, June 8-10

By Robin . . . The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) is on the road to Independence, Ohio (just South of Cleveland) for its tenth annual conference! The conference will be held at the Crowne Plaza Cleveland South from June 8 through 10. Conference registration is already open and you are encouraged to take advantage of early bird prices available for a limited period of time. The cost of registration does not include travel or lodging, but arrangements have been made with the Crowne Plaza to offer registered attendees a special rate of $99/night (just use IATA # 99801505 and Group Code N18 when booking, which can be done here).

This year’s conference theme is The Road to Independence | Reclaiming FULL liberties and NARSOL is excited to present an impressive list of featured speakers who are looking forward to meeting you there. Among the featured speakers is NARSOL’s very own attorney, Paul Dubbeling, who is returning for his second conference presentation. We’re also very enthused to be hosting attorney and documentarian David Feige (renowned for his award winning work Untouchable and the producer of several micro-documentaries about registered citizens). Another exciting feature presentation will include a mock hearing in front of Ohio state senators John Eklund (R) and Mike Skindell (D), former Ohio attorney general Marc Dann, and Connie Nolder, a legislative consultant. The featured speakers list is rounded out by Atty. Jeff Gamso and Atty. Lea Bickerton, both of whom have been actively involved in litigation efforts on behalf of registered citizens.

Full price for the conference is $199. But if you register before May 1st, you can take advantage of the early bird registration discount of $20. NARSOL members also receive an additional rebate of $50 off the full price of registration. Registration for the entire weekend includes NARSOL’s awards banquet and meal which is scheduled for Friday night. So, if you’re a member of NARSOL and you register before May 1st, the total cost of the conference is only $129! Not a member? Join today!

For more detailed information about the conference, please visit the conference website or view the conference brochure which we encourage you to print and distribute or send as an attachment to anyone you believe may be interested in attending the conference.

You do not want to miss this conference! So be there. Register today! Help NARSOL rock Cleveland on The Road to Independence!

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Robin Vander Wall

As vice chair of NARSOL, Robin is the managing editor of the Digest, director of development, and provides assistance to the webmaster in keeping our websites running smoothly. He also serves as founder and president of Vivante Espero, NARSOL's 501(c)(3) foundation and legal fund.

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    Robin Vander Wall
    Robin Vander Wall
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    By Robin . . . The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) is on the road to Independence, Ohio (just South of Cleveland) for i
    [See the full post at: NARSOL rocks Cleveland for its tenth annual conference, June 8-10]

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    Lisa Chaney

    So excited this is in Ohio this year! Can’t wait to attend and meet some wonderful people fighting the same fight I am.

    Lisa
    Mother of a sex offender

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    Saddles

    Believe it or not people this event sounds very good ” The road to independence” and it has a nice ring to it as well. Yes we all in this situation need independance isn’t that why T. Jefferson whote the decearlation of the Independance but there is small difference and sure we as sex offenders seem to be in a catorgy by itself. I just wish I could be there but I’m in Virginia but this issue does effect us all.
    Sure I wouldn’t mind being involved in an event like this. I’m sure everyone will be impressed with this event that is involved in some aspect isn’t helping others what its all about. While we as sex offenders at times can’t throw off the stigma of this or are discriminated in a lot of ways by this whole ordeal change needs to happen and not only to these sex offender law’s but make Bring back America again. I believe someone said that in a campaign at one time.
    True Justice is true justice.I would like to be there to listen to what Paul Dubbling has to say as my court appointed PA didn’t know what to do in my case and just thru up his hands, and I really didn’t want to pled guilty as we all have to fight for rights and truth. They wind up offering me a plea deal. I even believe that was sort of lame. Here one can get 6 month for a Drunk driving charge and than for being on the internet just giving a potty story 10 yrs. probation doesn’t really make much sense. We are all scared at these ordeal that seem a bit induced if that’s the right word to say.
    You all that can attend enjoy this happening event as it will be education and worth it.

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    Donna

    Like Lisa I am the mother of an offender and am so excited the conference is in Ohio this year. My husband and I will be attending and look forward to meeting people and getting all the information we can. Thank you NARSOL.

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    allie

    I am also the mother of a sex offender. I can not go because I live to far away, but I hope and pray that something can be accomplished at this meeting. I hope the sex offender registry is one of the topics because it is so wrong.

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    TS

    Here is a potential topic to discus or publish here on its own:

    Discredited Sex Assault Research Infects U.S. Legal System

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2018/03/05/discredited_sex_assault_research_infects_us_legal_system_136423.amp.html?__twitter_impression=true

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    Tammie Leigh Lawson

    I can not attend this years conference but will be looking forward to future events for me and my family to attend. My support is with everyone and I pray we can seek positive change.

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