Full Seventh Circuit reverses previous findings and finds Indiana SORA not discriminatory on basis of residence

By David Wells . . . A divided Seventh Circuit Tuesday upheld an Indiana law that opponents claim is unfair to sex offenders who moved to Indiana. Indiana’s “Sex Offender Registration Act,” also known as SORA, contains a provision that says that a sex offender moving from another state into Indiana will be subject to registry requirements even if the requirement…

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Shouldn’t we use law-enforcement money to fight actual crime?

By Charles M . . . With the recent increase in violent crime in some areas of Gainesville, FL, and in light of recent law enforcement activity there, a question must be asked: Is the money allotted for law enforcement being used wisely?  Recently friends of mine in Gainesville had nine law enforcement officials, including U.S. Marshalls, probation officers, and…

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