Returning for his sixth appearance at a NARSOL conference is the ever-popular attorney Paul Dubbeling. Paul is a former U.S. Army ranger and infantry officer. He attended law school on an army scholarship, graduated summa cum laude from Indiana University in Bloomington in 2005, and then served as a JAG attorney for six years, including two tours in Afghanistan. After…Read More
Day: April 1, 2022
Stranger Dangers: The Right’s History of Turning Child Abuse Into a Political Weapon
Josh Hawley’s attacks on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson are part of a long, sad tradition. At some point between the ’80s and now, leaving children unattended in public became unthinkable. To let children as old as, say, 10 walk by themselves became grounds to investigate parents for neglect. As a child of the Read moreRead More
Why spend billions on prison, but not prevention?
The United States government spent an estimated $5.4 billion last year at the state and federal level to incarcerate adults convicted of sex crimes against children under age 18, according to a new study. The study calculated annual spending on incarcerated adults convicted of sex crimes against children under age 18 in Read moreRead More