Radio interview with Brenda and Larry

Brenda and Larry were recently guests on a radio talk show in Missouri. They both do an outstanding job of answering questions and presenting facts about the registry and about a specific case in the Ninth Circuit in Arizona, the May case, in which NARSOL has submitted an amicus brief in support of the plaintiff. Larry also discusses the case…

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Passport revoked

By Scott . . . I’m on the board of Illinois Voices for Reform and have been actively involved with the organization since 2012. I am on the registry for life as currently required by Illinois law due to an incident involving a minor back in 2008. I served two years of probation and successfully completed sex offender counseling in…

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Victory in New Jersey: part of Megan’s Law ruled unconstitutional

By S.P. Sullivan . . . New Jersey’s highest court has ruled a portion of Megan’s Law unconstitutional because it requires juveniles to remain listed on the state’s sex offender registry for life. The unanimous Supreme Court decision found placing such a lifetime requirement on child offenders violated their due process rights under the state constitution. “Indeed, categorical lifetime notification…

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