74-year-old man required to register as a sex offender was wrongly convicted in 1982, Dallas judge finds

[dallasnews.com – 5/27/21] Nearly 40 years after Mallory Vernon Nicholson’s trial, a Dallas County district court judge has agreed with prosecutors and defense lawyers that his convictions for burglary and aggravated sexual abuse of a child should be overturned. Prosecutors in Nicholson’s 1982 trial failed to disclose reports from detectives and a doctor who evaluated […] [Read More]

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Shelby County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Marshals Service, and TBI team up for Operation Rock & Roll targeting sex offenders

localmemphis.com – 5/24/21] MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Sheriff Floyd Bonner, Jr. is pleased to announce the May 21 conclusion of an immensely successful operation with the United States Marshals Service and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, which focused on a two-week Sex Offender Registry compliance and fugitive warrant operation named, “OPERATION ROCK & ROLL”. “The Marshals […] [Read More]

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Maryland bans sex offenders from public schools after Project Baltimore investigation

Students throughout Maryland are now safer in school. Following a Project Baltimore investigation, Governor Larry Hogan has signed a new law making Maryland the first state in the country to ban registered sex offenders from being students inside public schools. The new law bans convicted sex offenders from attending Maryland public schools, while setting up alternative means to educate them…

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Hall convicted for prison murder

messengernews.net – 5/21/21] It took a Webster County jury a little over two hours to decide that vigilante justice has no place in the American criminal justice system. The jury convicted Eric Todd Hall, 45, of first-degree murder for the death of his fellow Fort Dodge Correctional Facility inmate Thomas Daleske on Thursday afternoon. Hall […] [Read More]

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