8th Circuit affirms use of electronic video surveillance equipment in failure to register arrest.

This one is for those who think “who will know”…The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court’s allowance of electronic video surveillance equipment as used by law enforcement to catch someone living where he was not registered. In United States v. STEFANYUK, the defendant was charged with failure to register (among other things). To catch him living where…

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At it again in Aurora: residents on the registry given 30 days to leave their home

By Sandy . . . The threat was made in June, but a federal lawsuit in the works brought a halt to the forced eviction of 20 men on the Illinois sexual offense registry. Now those same men less one, several of whom are also employees of Wayside Cross, have been served papers stating that they have until January 15…

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