2018 NARSOL board retreat paves path for future growth, success

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      Sandy Rozek
      Sandy Rozek
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      By Admin . . . National’s board of directors gathered in Houston, Texas, January 12 -14, for its annual strategic planning retreat. During these yearl
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      Saddles

      Yes, we all like new beginnings and second chances and any organization has to refresh and plan for what’s ahead and with this sex offender ordeal one never knows what’s behind the next crisis in others lives. Sure this sex offender ordeal is a thorn to a lot of people that just want to get there lives back together in a better way without a lot of these pressures that appear to compound their life’s. A lot of us all make mistakes.
      Standing one’s ground is very important in every facet of life whether it be any type of endeavor. In the weeks to come I am looking for more positive things to come out of NARSOL and their other sister groups to help those that are dealing with this. While going to trail can be somewhat oppressive its the truth that really matters in a lot of these ordeals.
      While Brenda is very good at directing this organization their are others that give very good advice. Its also up to the individual to support and I just sent in a little check of what I can budget. I’m sure this sex offender ordeal will be somewhat relieved more as NARSOL has been making good leeway to get all the troops into action.
      One should lways stand up for Truth and justice.

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      Aaron

      Most foundrys take anyone

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      Tim Lawver

      DUE PROCESS

      In Connecticut V Doe
      The similarly situated were those under plea agreement. The guilty.

      Not before the court? Those who had not waived right to contest civil action.
      All commitments to states, even those of civil nature, require process unless otherwise knowingly waived. While the victor gets the spoils hope is not lost, appeals remain. Even those found NOT GUILTY are open to civil action- see OJ. His civil trial had a defense table. In Wisconsin 980 commitments GET PROCESS & Representation. Some pre-Whetterling Act; OMNIBUS94 registrants, the actually not guilty & the absolutely guilty, had no process nor opportunity to introduction of exculpatory DNA analysis nor defense of any kind. The new commitment was imposed without an original awareness by the registrant.

      Since SOR requirement IS a commitment to DOC and involves affirmative restraint like incarceration, P&P a process is lost.

      Reading the 9-0 Connecticut v Doe case rightly paves my way and yours. SixZeroEightThreeSixThree8553. Tim

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