Some really bad advice

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      On April 17, 2014, RSOL became aware of a document purporting to claim how one might legally avoid being placed on the sex offender registry; it was w
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      Tim P

      The other problem with doing this is that many States if not all States will consider this a violation of the Law, and will cause the person to be arrested as a violation of State Law under their version of the Adam Walsh Act. SORA.

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      Where do I go to find out if my son’s house that he purchased before being sentenced in federal prinson will be grandfathered in or if I have to find another home and sell his? The county says ‘yes’ it will be…the probation officer I spoke with say ‘no’, then ‘maybe’ and now won’t answer my calls.

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