Last time I contacted Narsol regarding this topic, I was messaged back saying that “we must wait until legal thinking has matured a bit further before challenging the essential act of registering citizens to make public their prior bad acts. Moving too fast in pursuit of relief on a claim that is very likely to be dismissed will only make it harder to gain traction on such a claim when the time is ripe to do so. You have heard about the dangers of setting bad precedent. A smart lawyer will avoid seeking relief on grounds that are not yet ripe or for which there is no sympathetic judge available for review.”
I don’t know how long we all should wait before we can challenge this clearly unconstitutional sex offender registry and the surrounding laws like Supervised Release, etc., but hopefully it is within our lifetime.