Reply To: Illinois appeals court finds sex offender registration requirement too harsh

#46071
Avatar
Matthew

James,

First, always document and have ready to prove anything that’s important like that. Use voice recorder on your phone, or go in person recording the conversation. IF one party consent is legal in your state. Simply meaning the other person doesn’t have to know your recording. Evidence is the best defense if possible legal trouble occurs.

Secondly, contact a lawyer if there are any out there that care anymore. In my town, in Texas, I couldn’t even find a lawyer to give me advice on cops pulling me over for a headlight being out, which turned into a search, hour long harassment, and a ticket. With them telling me it’s bevause I’m a sex offender. I’m guessing if you have money they may care more.

But best of luck. Hopefully better and humane laws are coming our way.