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Monthly Meetings: May 18 – Sacramento, July 20 – Berkeley [details]

Emotional Support Group Meetings – Los Angeles:  May 25, June 22, July 27  [details]

ACSOL Conference June 14/15 in Los Angeles

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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ACSOL Meeting May 18 in West Sacramento

ACSOL Monthly Meetings 2019

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18 May 2019
ACSOL will conduct an Emotional Support Group for registrants and their loved ones on Saturday, May 25, beginning at 10 a.m. at: ACLU Building 1313 W. 8th Street Los Angeles Free parking is available under the building and there is no charge to attend the meeting. There is also a second Emotional Support Group meeting on the phone most months. If you want to...
18 May 2019
Our ACSOL conferences have given attendees hope, practical solutions, and motivation in our fight for justice. We’d love to hear what you liked best about your past attendance at an ACSOL conference, and why you are going to our next one June 14-15. People who are considering attending would like to hear your thoughts too.
17 May 2019
They are at it again- Lawmakers across the country declaring pornography a “”public health crisis”. This isn’t new by any means, several years ago lawmakers were calling pornography an “epidemic”. This week lawmakers in the Arizona state government approved a measure urging the state to prevent “exposure & addiction” to porn.  15 other states legislative chambers have adopted similar measures. Is it true? Is...
16 May 2019
Massachusetts' highest court ruled Thursday that a 71-year-old convicted sex offender held for more than 40 years as a sexually dangerous person can be released, after two mental health professionals ruled that he was no longer a risk. The court essentially upheld an earlier decision from 2009 in ruling that ___ ___ can't continue to be held at the Massachusetts Treatment Center. Full Article...
16 May 2019
It’s a sensitive issues at the Utah Capitol — maybe close to alcohol policy, marijuana and Medicaid expansion — who goes off Utah’s Sex Offender Registry. Depending on the sex crime, convicts now can stay on for ten years, or for the rest of their lives. “We tend to kind of group those sex offenders together in the same broad brush category,“ said Sen....
15 May 2019
The Santa Clarita City Council voted unanimously to repeal the city's residency restrictions during its May 14 meeting. Because the issue was placed on the consent calendar, the vote took place without discussion or debate. A lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on February 25, 2019, challenging the city's residency restrictions which prohibited registrants from living within 2,000 feet from schools, parks,...
15 May 2019
ACSOL’s annual conference is just weeks away on June 14 and 15.  Our theme is “Together, One Voice: Show up, Stand up, Speak up!”!  Our speakers will teach you how to do that, plus a lot of other useful information.  You will feel hope as you talk with other registrants and supporters.  Click here to sign up now to make sure you get a...
14 May 2019
[theappeal.org - 5/14/19] As soon as it was revealed earlier this year that a house faculty dean at Harvard University, Ronald S. Sullivan Jr., had decided to join the legal team of Harvey Weinstein, students spoke out. Two undergraduates wrote an op-ed in The Crimson, calling on Harvard to “remove” Sullivan, because he chose to defend Weinstein, “the man whose infamous sexual misconduct and...
14 May 2019
[singaporelawwatch.sg - 5/14/19] In dealing with sex offenders with mental illness, the best solution may not be rehabilitation, says the writer. Assistant Professor Benjamin Joshua Ong's idea of imposing suspended sentences on voyeurs is a good one (“NUS case: Suspended sentence in place of police warning will have added benefit of judicial oversight”; May 9). These include jail sentences passed by a court that...
14 May 2019
[guampdn.com - 5/14/19] A new bill seeks to make chemical castration among Guam's sex offenders released on parole mandatory, rather than optional or voluntary, under a 2015 law that's never been enforced. "The intent of the legislation is to add more teeth to an existing mandate," Sen. James Moylan, R-Tumon, said in introducing Bill 137 on Tuesday. The objectives are not only to reduce...
14 May 2019
[theappeal.org - 5/13/19] California’s expansive registry law forces people to pay for crimes they didn’t personally commit. Search for _____ California’s online database of registered sex offenders and you’ll see a snapshot of his offenses. You’ll learn that he was convicted of “rape in concert with force or violence” and “assault with intent to commit a specified sex offense.” You’ll also see his photo,...
14 May 2019
[patch.com - 5/13/19] New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation to help protect sex-abuse victims while also vetoing 12 bills on Monday. Murphy signed legislation (S477) extending the statute of limitations in civil actions for sexual abuse claims. The signing comes just days after a law firm released the names of more than 100 people who allegedly committed sexual abuse while serving in the...
13 May 2019
A disproportionate number of registered sex offenders live in Jamestown compared to other cities in the state, according to Scott Edinger, Jamestown chief of police. Full Article
11 May 2019
Despite a 2005 felony conviction for sexual assaulting a minor, a registered sex offender is currently a visiting scholar in Stanford’s Economics department. Full Article
11 May 2019

ACSOL Meeting May 18 in West Sacramento

Please mark your calendars for ACSOL’s upcoming meeting: Saturday, May 18 10 a.m. 1275 Starboard Drive West Sacramento, CA Registrants, friends and family and interested service providers are invited to attend these free meetings. There will be no law enforcement or media present in order to protect everyone’s privacy. The meetings start at 10 am and last about 2-3 hours. Topics of conversation include...
10 May 2019
The Santa Clarita City Council is considering repealing restrictions Tuesday which currently limit registered sex offenders from living near schools or parks after it was ruled unconstitutional, officials said. Full Article Related https://signalscv.com/2019/05/tracking-sex-offenders-in-the-santa-clarita-valley/
10 May 2019
Human Sexuality is described as the way people experience and express themselves sexually.  This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social or spiritual behaviors. But many of us seem to have taken a wrong turn somewhere, we’ve misconstrued human kindness with human sexuality. Look at poor Joe Biden, accused of invading several women’s sexual boundaries by giving them what they are now saying were “unwanted...
09 May 2019
[fedsmith.com - 5/8/19] Legislation has recently been introduced that would prohibit convicted pedophiles from receiving federal pensions. The Denying Pensions to Convicted Child Molesters Act (S. 1264) was introduced by Senator Steve Daines (R-MT). It would block convicted sex offenders from receiving federal pensions. Daines introduced the bill in response to news that Dr. Stanley Patrick Weber, a former pediatrician with the Indian Health...
09 May 2019

General Comments May 2019

Comments that are not specific to a certain post should go here, for the month of May 2019. Contributions should relate to the cause and goals of this organization and please, keep it courteous and civil. This section is not intended for posting links to news articles without additional comment.
08 May 2019
[vox.com - 5/7/19] Violent crime in the US is at its lowest rate in decades. But you wouldn’t know that from a crop of increasingly popular social media apps that are forming around crime. Apps like Nextdoor, Citizen, and Amazon Ring’s Neighbors — all of which allow users to view local crime in real time and discuss it with people nearby — are some...
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