WIN in Wisconsin – federal judge strikes down banishment law

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      (From the Dobbs Wire) Win in Wisconsin:  A federal judge struck down a Pleasant Prairie ordinance restricting where individuals forced to sign the sex
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      Yes restrictions on where sex offenders are harsh becaus it makes it hard to live. In Ga I can’t live near a church and there is a church almost in every corner. I think it’s all political like the article says it’s for brownie points

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      It also doesn’t work for law enforcement also because they will have a hard time keeping up with certain areas where registrants can and cannot live, as well as having a place to live so that you’ll be able to look for work. The residency restricted should be abolished.

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      I wish Alabama had a group to challenge this state’s law. SB301 will make things even worse. Being at any place more than 4hrs in one day, more than 3 days will constitute residency. It seems there is no end.

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      Of course residency restrictions make no sense. Using this logic, we should require all those convicted of drunk driving to live 500 feet from anywhere that serves alcohol.

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      Just contact some civil rights lawyers and ask them if they want to get invovled. They might take some educating on the issues so meet them for coffee and spend some time doing the educating. Some will take cases on a contingency basis so they only get paid by the state when they win. Try this guy in Birmingham:


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      These are like breadcrumbs and meanwhile new laws are being passed that undermine more civil liberties. Why can’t we all take the case to the Supreme Court of the US regarding the unconstitutionality of the registry and the related laws with the facts and data?

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      where u from Raj..???if u dont mind me asking, im on registry but recently my DA took my statue 7a, 7b in NC off. that statue restrict from being all the places where minors gather, now i am allowed though still remain in registry. does this make sense? i hope there is a lawyer out there to help me get my name off the registry.

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      These restrictions are ridiculous and has caused more homelessness, children and others suffer enough collateral damage of just being labeled and the stigma behind it that families must endure. No one should be without a place to live. Our country is becoming more and more insensitive to humanity. I wonder what would they do if one of them had to deal with being a registered sex offender, how would they like it.

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