Reply To: Ohio poised to remove thousands from registry

Tim L

Databases have been created; public and private. Registrants are required to maintain the Public property known as SOR. While it is nice to read some maybe ” dropped, the fact is the file will remain on the database- maintenance data.

Mr. Kennedy’s mia culpa recently does not erase neglect to recognize plain indenture meant convicted citizens to a property owned and operated by the people’s interest. The impact upon liberty has been profound as with all forms of servitude.. So u spend a day in jail or too? At least you get a day in court, opt for trial.