January 26, 2022

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

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  • by admin
    By Sara Rizzo . . . People on the sex offender registry in New York State can now access the internet and social media platforms without restrictions, except in some cases. The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), Rutgers Law School Constitutional Rights Clinic, and Prisoners’ Legal Services of New York secured a settlement on January 24 ending the ban.…
  • by admin
    Larry and Andy get “down in the weeds” on this, answering a multitude of questions from website members and looking at the decision from every angle. Hear it here: https://www.registrymatters.co/podcast/rm211-stinging-defeat-in-butts-county/ .
  • by admin
    On his way out of office, former Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam pardoned a state senator who was convicted in 2014 for dating his 17-year-old law firm assistant who would later become his wife and the mother of his children.  Northam issued a simple pardon for State Sen. Joe Morrissey, a Democrat from [Read More]
  • by Larry Neely
    By Larry . . . NARSOL is excited to announce that the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals handed Butts County Sheriff Gary Long a stinging defeat today. The case is Cory McClendon v. Gary Long, No. 21-10092. This is a long-running case based on events that occurred on Halloween, 2018. At that time, two deputies from the Butts County Sheriff’s Office…
  • by Sandy
    Published 1/10/22 in The Tennessean with a first paragraph adapted to Tennessee.  By Sandy . . . The attorneys general of 35 of the United States and two territories have signed a letter condemning recent revisions to the American Law Institute’s (ALI) Model Penal Code on sexual crimes. This is contrary to what evidence shows would improve public safety. Early…
  • by Sandy
    Connecticut’s One Standard of Justice is hosting a webinar on the topic of restorative justice. Titled “A Different Approach to Sex Crimes: The Case for Survivor-Centered Restorative Justice,” the webinar will air January 25 starting at 7 p.m. eastern time until 8:30 p.m. Webinar presenters are Alissa Ackerman, Ph.D., Lara Bazelon, Seema Gajwani, and Nuri Nusrat. The program is moderated …
  • by Michael McKay
    If you left the NARSOL National Conference in Houston last October thinking, “Gosh, that was amazing! I can’t wait a whole year for the next one,” then you’re in luck! You won’t have to! Hot on the heels of NARSOL’s most successful national conference ever, our 2022 conference is coming to Raleigh, North Carolina on June 16-19, 2022! Our theme…
  • by Sandy
    By Sandy . . . Fox News, a self-proclaimed conservative media outlet, had distributed this story out of Austin, Texas. While its overt message is that “defunding the police” puts the public in danger, the very strong subtext is that anyone with a sexual crime conviction is evil, dangerous, and only held in check from constant reoffense by a strong,…
  • by admin
    A source tells Fox News that one of the sex offenders moved to civilian supervision sexually assaulted an autistic teenager Hundreds of convicted sex offenders are no longer being monitored by sworn police officers in Austin, Texas due to the city’s move to defund the police and cut police academy classes.  As [Read More]
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    Russia will begin to change child sex laws later this month by sending repeat child sex offenders to penal colonies in the Artic — for life. Parliamentary speaker, Vyacheslav Volodin, said, “Those convicted for such crimes should serve life sentences in the harshest conditions — in the extreme north (of Russia) or [Read More]