June 21, 2024

NARSOL Resources

NARSOL Resources

NARSOL Blog

This is where you’ll find the latest news from the National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL).

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  • by Sandy Rozek
    By Sandy . . . It happened in Arkansas, in Garland County, and, according to local media, the jury deliberated for 17 minutes before recommending the highest allowable sentence plus a $5,000.00 fine. Granted, this registrant does have a rather colorful history of failing to register. He has several convictions for that offense in three […]
  • by someone outside of NARSOL
    By Eastern University . . . In 2008, David Garlock ’17 found himself in a hopeless situation. He had served over 8 years of a 25 year sentence in prison, alongside his brother, for taking the life of their abuser after many years of abuse. A client of the Equal Justice Initiative, David found himself […]
  • by someone outside of NARSOL
    Originally published in the CT Mirror; reprinted here in full with the author’s permission. By James Cornelio . . . I was born in Torrington in 1955, the son, one of four, of a successful small-town automobile dealer and a stay-at-home mom. After graduating from Cornell University in 1977, I moved to Manhattan, attended Fordham Law School and, […]
  • by Mark Weinberg
    By Mark . . . On May 31, 2024, the parties filed their opening summary judgment briefs in Antrim v. Carr, 19-cv-396 (Eastern District of Wisconsin), in which plaintiffs challenge the constitutionality of Wisconsin’s statutory scheme requiring that certain individuals convicted of sexual offenses be forced to wear a GPS monitoring device for life, even after they […]
  • by Sandy Rozek
    By Sandy . . . Do they reoffend with another sexual crime? Yes, but rarely. Do they commit petty offenses? Yes, sometimes. Do they violate the terms of supervision or the registry? Yes, some. Do they live normal, ordinary, law-abiding lives? Yes, the vast majority. Do they still get in trouble and become the subjects […]
  • by NARSOL
    It’s not too late to register for the NARSOL conference in Atlanta, Georgia, June 20 – 23. Go to https://conference.narsol.org/ where you can register, view the schedule of events, and even book a hotel room. Follow the hotel link on the conference website to determine if rooms in the NARSOL block are still available. At […]
  • by Sandy Rozek
    By Sandy . . . An interesting screen shot was captured online. Titled “Barefoot Lake Issues” and written by someone who signed his name as the town manager of Firestone, CO, it sounds as though it could be a coded message in a conspiracy plot. He speaks of continuing not to draw attention to “what […]
  • by Sandy Rozek
    NARSOL Newsroom Advocacy group denounces Louisiana legislation as useless, barbaric, and costly 2024-04-29 Proposed law does not address issue of child abuse, could cost the state millions says the National Assc. for Rational Sexual Offense Laws “No other state in the union has this requirement. Do you want Louisiana to be responsible for getting this […]
  • by Sandy Rozek
    By Sandy . . . One of the greatest obstacles NARSOL faces is the belief that we want to keep people who sexually harm other people from being punished. Nothing could be further from the truth. NARSOL firmly believes that everyone has the responsibility for obeying the law and that people who harm others must be […]
  • by someone outside of NARSOL
    By Bonnie Burkhardt . . . It is a felony and a federal crime to impersonate someone else and intercept private communications intended for them, 18 U.S. Code § 2511.  There is no exception for police, and no exception if written permission is obtained.  Yet impersonating others online is the basis for police sting operations across […]