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The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) is dedicated to protecting the Constitution by restoring the civil rights of registrants and their families. In order to achieve that objective, ACSOL will educate and litigate as well as support or oppose legislation.

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Important News / Announcements

Action Alert for CA: Assembly Bill Would Deny Medical Licenses to Most Registrants

ACSOL February 19, 2022 Meeting

ACSOL Leaders Discussed New SORNA Regulations

ACSOL National Action Alert: Retired Military Registrants Denied Access to Military Bases – Were You Also Denied?

ACSOL Training for CA Tiered Registry Petitions Video Replay Is Now Available

CA: Public Defender Offices Available to Assist Registrants Petition for Removal

General News Feed

23 Jan 2022
Source: businessinsider.com 1/23/22 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 Richmond, for a misdemeanor count of contributing to the...
23 Jan 2022
On Tuesday, January 25th, Janice Bellucci and Vicki Henry will give details about our March 2023 Event in Washington DC, which includes a conference, hill visits and your opportunity to be part of a visibly huge event emphasizing the egregious error and their responsibility to correct it! Learn what we need your help with. We can't do this without you!  Click here to register...
20 Jan 2022
Source: ACSOL The California Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB) reported today that the total number of registrants continues to grow despite implementation of the petitioning process under the Tiered Registry Law.  Specifically, the total number of registrants increased to 108,725 which is 365 more than reported in November 2021.  Of that total, there are 19,479 registrants who are in violation for failure to register. ...
19 Jan 2022
Source: LA Times 1/19/22 Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Wednesday, Jan. 19. I’m Justin Ray. Warning: This story discusses child abuse. An activist behind a YouTube channel based in California is catching people in the state who are trying to meet kids for lewd acts. His followers have hailed his work and praised him for keeping kids safe, while...
19 Jan 2022
Source: ACSOL The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision today that declares Halloween signs posted in a registrant's front yard violate the First Amendment.  Specifically, the Court ruled that the signs violated the registrant's right to be free from being forced to host a government message on his private property.  At issue were signs posted by the sheriff in Butts County, Georgia....
19 Jan 2022
California Assembly member Akilah Weber (Democrat, San Diego) has introduced a bill that, if passed, would deny a medical license to anyone required to register as a sex offender with one small exception.  The bill number is AB 1636 and it was introduced on January 12, 2022.  The small exception would apply to individuals convicted of PC 314, indecent exposure, provided that it was...
17 Jan 2022

ACSOL February 19, 2022 Meeting

Please join ACSOL Executive Director and civil rights attorney Janice Bellucci as well as ACSOL President and criminal defense attorney Chance Oberstein for our next monthly Zoom meeting.  The meeting will be held on Saturday, February 19, 2022, beginning at 10 a.m. Pacific Time and will last at least two hours. There is no registration needed for this meeting. You can use the Zoom...
17 Jan 2022
Source: cayman.loopnews.com 1/16/22 According to the Belize Crime Observatory, the government of Belize — through the Ministry of Home Affairs — officially launched the Belize Crime Observatory on October 25, 2016, as part of the InfoSegura Project.  This puts Belize, a poorer country than Cayman (according to GDP per capita figures from the World Bank national accounts and OECD National Accounts data files) years...
16 Jan 2022
Source: lenconnect.com 1/14/22 ADRIAN — A trial in the case of a Morenci man who is accused of shooting to death two registered sex offenders and committing other crimes almost a year ago has been delayed again.  This time, it is rising COVID-19 case numbers and his attorney’s health that are causing Christopher Lee-Ryan Carden to have to wait to go on trial in Lenawee...
16 Jan 2022
Source: statesmanjournal.com 1/15/22 Criminal justice reform advocates are taking another crack at passing a law that would compensate wrongfully convicted Oregonians — this time, with the Department of Justice's support. ... Plus, individuals would get up to $25,000 for years spent on parole, post-prison supervision or on the sex offender registry. Read the full article  
16 Jan 2022
Source: nydailynews.com 1/15/22 The Illinois judge who sparked outrage after reversing a sex offender’s conviction has been reassigned. According to the Herald-Whig newspaper, on Thursday Adams County Judge Robert Adrian was removed from presiding criminal cases and reassigned to civil cases — including small claims, legal matters and probate dockets. Adrian first made headlines earlier this month, after he overturned the conviction of 18-year-old...
15 Jan 2022
Source: triblive.com 1/15/22 A state lawmaker is making good on a promise to repair a flawed system that permits aging and ailing convicted sex offenders to quietly enter long-term care facilities — often unbeknownst to patients and staff — where some easily are finding their next victims. A bill set to be introduced next week by state Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Ambridge, comes in response...
12 Jan 2022
The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) today filed a complaint regarding the new SORNA regulations with the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Justice.  According to that complaint, the regulations are unlawful for several reasons. First, the regulations are not based on empirical evidence which demonstrate that most individuals required to register no longer pose a current risk to society.  This...
11 Jan 2022

Is the Sex Offender Registry Fair?

Source: legalreader.com 1/11/22 Failure to Register, in most states, is a serious felony, punishable by jail or prison time. The 1990s saw a significant rise in horrific sex offenses directed towards children, prompting the federal and state governments to formulate laws to help deter offenders and ensure public safety. One of these laws was the 1994 Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent...
10 Jan 2022
Source: coralspringstalk.com 1/10/22 A former Coral Springs Police officer has been sentenced to 14-and-a-half months in state prison after pleading guilty to two counts of using a computer to sexually exploit a child, court records show. Steven Daniello, 64, who was arrested in January 2021, will also serve nearly four years of probation after completing his prison term, according to documents filed in Broward...
10 Jan 2022
Source: katc.com 1/6/22 Louisiana deputies says [sic] sex offenders are the latest target in a recent phone scam going on in the area. In recent days, Vermilion's Sheriffs office says scammers have been posing as deputies. They are doing so in order to get cash from registered sex offenders. Detectives say the perpetrates search the online database for offenders, then call and threaten them...
10 Jan 2022
Source: foxnews.con 1/8/22 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 of 2019, there were about 1,600 registered sex offenders...
10 Jan 2022
Source: Women Against Registry ACSOL board member Dr. Horowitz will be a long-awaited guest in the Zoom WAR Room meeting. put on by Women Against Registry. Date: Tuesday, January 11 Time: 5:00 PM Pacific. 7:00 PM Central To attend you must sign up here Dr. Emily Horowitz is the author of Protecting Our Kids? How Sex Offender Laws Are Failing Us (Praeger, 2015) and the forthcoming From...
09 Jan 2022
Source: yourtango.com 1/9/22 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 in mines. These b******s should undergo the hardest labor,...
07 Jan 2022
Source: OPPAGA Report Summary: Both federal and Florida law facilitate oversight of sex offenders and predators living in Florida communities, with state agencies and local law enforcement monitoring, registering, verifying, and providing information about sex offenders. Florida is one of 17 states that is substantially compliant with federal sex offender registry requirements. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s (FDLE) sex offender registry lists more...
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