Home Breaking News Failure to Register as Sex Offender Lands Man in Prison for Longer than Original Sentence

[davisvanguard.org – 3/10/21] SACRAMENTO, CA  – Local resident Donnell Cox was sentenced Monday to two years in California State Prison here in Sacramento County Superior Court for charges resulting from a crime he was convicted of more than a quarter-century ago. Cox, 57, failed to sign up for the sex offender registry, a felony in […] [Read More]

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School placed in “lock out” during sex offender investigation

[nebraska.tv – 3/10/21] GENOA, Neb. — Twin River Public Schools was briefly placed in “lock out” Tuesday while the Nance County Sheriff’s Office measured the distance between the residence of a recently-registered sex offender and the school. In a Facebook post, the sheriff’s office said 27-year-old George ____ registered at the Nebraska State Patrol office […] [Read More]

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New York Proposes “Clean Slate” Bill to Seal and Expunge Criminal Records [Except Registrants]

[esrcheck.com – 3/10/21] A “Clean Slate” bill proposed in the New York State Senate would create a two-step process to automatically seal and eventually expunge – or erase or remove completely – certain past criminal convictions so ex-offenders may have an easier time finding employment opportunities, according to a report from the New York Daily […] [Read More]

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Man who ID’d himself to police with sex offender card at Conroe Catholic school sentenced to 99 years in prison

[click2houston.com – 3/11/21] CONROE, Texas – A jury sentenced a sex offender to 99 years in prison on Wednesday, officials said. James ____, 65, received the sentence for failing to comply with his sex offender registration requirements. Prosecutors said they presented evidence that ____was unlawfully present at the Sacred Heart Catholic School on April 26, […] [Read More]

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Who bears the burden of proof in a criminal case?

By Larry . . . NARSOL is excited to announce the filing of an amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court in support of Stephen May’s Petition for a Writ of Certiorari. It is important to understand that the Supreme Court declines to hear most cases in which review is sought, which means all petitioners face very long odds.…

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