LJC to New Mexico sheriffs: No, you can’t do that

Updated 11/26 By Sandy . . . Liberty and Justice Coalition, NARSOL’s affiliate organization in New Mexico, is blanketing the state by sending a “cease and desist” letter to the sheriffs’ offices in all 33 counties in New Mexico. The letter is a legal document, written by LJC’s staff attorney Ashley Reymore-Cloud. It enumerates four ways in which many New…

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State must provide due process, says NARSOL’S N.M affiliate LJC

By Robert Nott . . . The question of whether sex offenders must register in New Mexico for crimes they committed in other states is making its way through the courts again. Eight plaintiffs, each listed as “John Doe,” have filed a petition in U.S. District Court in New Mexico, alleging the state Department of Public Safety and five county…

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NARSOL affiliate in New Mexico hires staff attorney

NARSOL’s New Mexico affiliate, Liberty and Justice Coalition, is the first of NARSOL’s state affiliates to hire its own attorney, Ms. Ashley Cloud, for the purpose of moving forward with litigation on behalf of those on New Mexico’s sexual offense registry. This is a bold step and one that, hopefully, will be a model for other organizations and for NARSOL…

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