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Please help continue the fight against sex offender registries by making a generous contribution to NARSOL’s foundation and legal fund right now. With gifts from hundreds of registered citizens, their families, supporters and friends, your gift to Vivante Espero will sustain our efforts to educate the general public, challenge seriously bad laws, and continue growing the nation’s most important civil rights movement.…

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Give to NARSOL on #GivingTuesday

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th is #GivingTuesday We need you to help support our work to fight the scourge of sex offender registries by giving to NARSOL’s foundation and legal fund today. Together, with gifts from hundreds of other registered citizens, their families, supporters and friends, your gift to Vivante Espero on #GivingTuesday sustains our efforts to educate the general public, challenge…

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NARSOL’S annual Halloween marathon/”Cop-watch” hotline

Halloween Marathon October 31st, 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. EDT   Please join NARSOL for our second annual Halloween marathon/”Cop-watch” hot line session, beginning at 5 p.m. eastern time on October 31st. We will be live for five continuous hours dealing with various aspects of Halloween-related restrictions, International Megan’s Law, and the case of Gundy v United States. Attorneys King Alexander and Paul…

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The official Halloween blog

Originally printed 10/10/2013 By Sandy . . . Why advocate for not monitoring registered offenders on Halloween? What’s the harm? I’m so glad you asked. Most Halloween restrictions apply to everyone on the registry or everyone under supervision, whether or not their offenses had anything to do with a child. This broad-brush application is bumping up against constitutional protections. Many…

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Judge Aaron Persky — What will the outcome be?

By Maura Dolan . . . A campaign to recall a judge for a lenient sentence in a high-profile sexual assault case has fractured long-term friendships, divided the liberal Democratic community of Santa Clara County and pitted feminists against feminists. Voters will decide Tuesday whether to recall Judge Aaron Persky,who two years ago sentenced Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner to six…

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