LJC to New Mexico sheriffs: No, you can’t do that

Updated 11/26 By Sandy . . . Liberty and Justice Coalition, NARSOL’s affiliate organization in New Mexico, is blanketing the state by sending a “cease and desist” letter to the sheriffs’ offices in all 33 counties in New Mexico. The letter is a legal document, written by LJC’s staff attorney Ashley Reymore-Cloud. It enumerates four ways in which many New…

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OH: Ohio state lawmaker re-introduces 18-and-under sexting bill

[cleveland.com – 11/20/19] COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio state lawmaker has proposed banning sexting for those 18 and under. Underage sexting is already illegal, but Senate Bill 239, introduced Wednesday, carves out a legal definition that makes it a less-serious offense than other crimes involving sexual images of minors. The bill’s sponsor, state Sen. Nathan […] [Read More]

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FL: Judge rules Pinellas detective, prosecutors lied in child porn case. Defendant could go free

[tampabay.com – 11/21/19] A 63-year-old man facing charges of lewd and lascivious molestation and possession of child pornography could go free after a judge found that Pinellas sheriff’s detectives and Pinellas-Pasco prosecutors lied to obtain a search warrant in the case. The Tampa Bay Times obtained a Nov. 1 order written by Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge […] [Read More]

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CO: Mom’s Lawyer Rebukes ‘Unfair’ Utah Law that Could Make Her Client Register as Sex Offender for Being Topless at Home

[newsweek.com – 11/20/19] A woman could be forced to register as a sex offender after prosecutors charged her with a crime related to going topless in her own home. On Tuesday, lawyers for _____, 27, asked Circuit Court Judge Kara Pettit to strike down a state law that they say represents an “unfair” and unconstitutional […] [Read More]

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