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Federal Judge stops enforcement of Michigan SORA during coronavirus crisis
By Mark Hicks . . . A federal judge is commanding state authorities to stop enforcing rules under the Michigan Sex Offender Registry Act during the coronavirus pandemic. According to an interim order U.S. District Judge Robert Cleland issued Monday, officials are “preliminarily enjoined from enforcing registration, verification, school zone, and fee violations of (the act) that occurred or may…Read more
PARSOL responds to Comm. v. Butler decision
By PARSOL . . . Although we at PARSOL are disappointed in the results of the PA Supreme Court’s decision in Commonwealth v. Butler, which was a 7-0 unanimous decision to separate SVP’s from non-SVPs regarding registry requirements and asserting that Pennsylvania’s SORNA statute is not punishment because of the Commonwealth’s interest in protecting the public from persons with a…Read more
A mother’s frantic plea: Stop the evil that is happening inside our federal prisons
By Sandy . . . A mother whose son is incarcerated in a federal prison in Ohio and may have Covid-19 reached out to me. After verifying the facts she had given me, I wrote an article and sent it to all of the major newspapers in Ohio. The Vindicator printed it. They have edited the end, seriously weakening my…Read more
Humans on the Registry
In 1994, I pleaded guilty to a sex offense and have lived on the registry ever since. But my life’s mission now is preventing and healing sexual abuse. To fight abuse, I published my memoir “Roller Coaster to Hell and …Read more
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Beware of scams targeting those on the registry
A year ago NARSOL began tracking reports of scams targeting those who are on the sex offender registry. We are deeply concerned about this and committed to taking whatever steps we can to help protect the well-being of our members and contacts by making them aware of this situation. Read post
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