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9/13/18: Deregistration, Can they do that?

Our September program, like last month’s popular program, also dealt with deregistration petitions and included an hour of Can They Do That? A third hour dealing with the pros and cons of negotiated pleas was scheduled but was cancelled due to technical difficulties. Expect to see this topic on a future show. NARSOL was pleased to have two talented attorneys as…

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Deregistration Process in CO and “Can They Do That?”

The combination NARSOL in Action and Can They Do That? conference call was well received. The first hour was devoted to discussing the deregistration process in Colorado. Our special guest was attorney Colleen Kelley from Denver, Colorado. Ms. Kelley is an associate at Wolf Law, LLC, and has dedicated her practice entirely to criminal defense. You can find out more about…

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NARSOL In Action 8/15/2018 Hour 2

We have a full hour of Can They Do That? People often wonder if their supervising PO or registry tracking officer can impose a particular requirement or if their demands may be unlawful. Ms. Kelley and Larry answer such questions.

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NARSOL In Action 8/15/2018 Hour 1

We discuss how the deregistration process works in Colorado. Ms. Kelley has successfully handled deregistration petitions throughout the state. In addition, we  briefly cover the case of Millard v. Rankin which is pending in the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit.

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Extended NARSOL in Action big success

By Sandy . . . NARSOL’s latest marathon NARSOL in Action telephone conference call combined three topics of high interest and urgency for persons on sexual offense registries and those advocating for them. During the first hour, we had an attorney from the ACLU of Michigan, Paul Reingold, discussing a class action lawsuit filed there. Growing out of Michigan v.…

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NARSOL In Action 7/19/2018 Hour 1

During the first hour, we had an attorney from the ACLU of Michigan, Paul Reingold, discussing a class action lawsuit filed there. Growing out of MI v. Doe, this suit addresses the constitutionality of Michigan’s sex offense registry. Rulings of unconstitutionality were made in 2016, and nothing has been done by the state to address the situation. It is important…

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NARSOL In Action 7/19/2018 Hour 2

Hour 2 was devoted to the telephone scams targeting registered citizens that are making their way around the country. Those with first hand information, from Oregon to Florida, called in to share their experiences on air. Lori Hamilton, affiliate leader of one of NARSOL’S Oklahoma groups, was on the air with Larry explaining some of that state’s attempts to identify…

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NARSOL In Action 7/19/2018 Hour 3

The third hour was focused on the latest news about International Megan’s Law and international travel. Paul Rigney of RTAG was with us along with Louisiana attorney King Alexander to discuss the situation. One of the main points to emerge is that if you are a registrant and are travelling internationally, or planning to, there is a possibility that you…

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Episode 2 – Can They Do That

This program includes the case of People v. Pepitone dealing with park restrictions during the second hour. Katherine Strohl discusses this important case, and it is great because she represented Pepitone. This case was of such importance that NARSOL submitted an amicus brief in support of Pepitone. Hour 1: The practice of law enforcement officers posing as adolescents in adult forums…

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NARSOL in Action IML update

Paul Rigney from Registered Citizen Travel Action Group (RTAG) shares his organization’s knowledge regarding IML issues, which we hope will assist those planning to travel outside the United States. In addition, attorney Paul Dubbeling  answers questions regarding potential litigation challenging IML.   https://narsol.org/podcast/narsol-in-action-3-14-2018/

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