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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

ACSOL Urgent Action Alert for CA (April 14 deadline!): Support CDCR Repeal of Its Prop. 57 Exclusions

Action Alert for CA: Make Calls Now That Senate Rules Committee Advanced Senate Bill 615

ACSOL Phone Meeting April 17

Janice's Journal

General News Feed

12 Apr 2021
[tampabay.com - 4/12/21] The case of a Tampa man who molested two young girls at a community pool but has not had to register as a sex offender has exposed a loophole in Florida’s law that is a concern among parents, law enforcement groups and child advocates. The Tampa Bay Times covered the story of Ray La Vel James, who was convicted of molesting...
12 Apr 2021
[newschannelnebraska.com - 4/12/21] AUBURN – The Auburn City Council adopted several resolutions at Monday’s meeting including an addition to the city code limiting where sex offenders and can live and clarifying where visitors can park. City Attorney Angelo Ligouri said the city council intended to pass a sex offender ordinance in 2006, when the state established a sex offender registry. The city recently realized...
12 Apr 2021
[dallasnews.com - 4/12/21] A convicted sex offender has been ruled ineligible to run for Arlington mayor, but his name will remain on the ballot because the deadline has passed to remove it, according to the city secretary’s office. Jerry Warden was one of eight candidates vying for the position of mayor. The city initially ruled that Warden could remain in the race after another...
12 Apr 2021
[theage.com.au - 4/13/21] A group of County Court judges is urging the state’s law reform body to give judges more discretion over who is placed on the sex offenders register. In a submission to the Victorian Law Reform Commission, the County Court of Victoria said judges should have more powers to decide whether a convicted sex offender should be placed on the register and...
12 Apr 2021
[ACSOL] The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is proposing the repeal of its categorical exclusion of individuals required to register as sex offenders from early parole consideration.  According to the proposal, most registrants in custody will be referred to the Board of Parole Hearings for early parole consideration no later than July 1, 2021. "If CDCR's proposed repeal becomes final, thousands of...
12 Apr 2021
[ACSOL] ACSOL Board Member Ira Ellman has published a scholarly work that claims the registry regime is motivated by animus and should be stricken.  This conclusion is based upon an analysis of four relevant U.S. Supreme Court decisions in which the Court determined what constitutes animus and struck down existing laws on that basis. According to Ellman's work, "(n)o similar regime has ever been...
09 Apr 2021

Pornography Addiction an Unspoken ILL

[laprogressive.com - 4/9/21] Like a lot of teens of my generation, I discovered the novels of Kurt Vonnegut like a breath of fresh air apart from the assigned readings in my school. Vonnegut wrote what even he described as “trash” fiction, but he peppered his books with matter of fact recounting of historical events, some of which were based on facts and a lot...
09 Apr 2021
[kmov.com - 4/9/21] JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- A convicted sex offender is not welcome in a Jefferson County neighborhood. Residents hoped a St. Louis County judge would revoke the bond of Korey ______ after a RING doorbell camera captured a potential bond violation. "I'm honestly just terrified of him being around," said Morgan Pisoni who lives across the street from Korey ______ ....
08 Apr 2021
[villages-news.com - 4/6/21] A Summerfield sex offender spent a night in jail last week after showing up a day late for his quarterly registration update. Eric Samuel ____, 50, of 9445 SE 162nd St., was convicted in Orange County in October 1997 of sexual battery on a victim under 12 by an adult. As a result, he was required to register as a sex...
08 Apr 2021
[deseret.com - 4/7/21] Since the Utah Supreme Court struck down a state law reviving old claims of sexual abuse, a state lawmaker says she will propose a ballot measure allowing voters to effectively bring it back. “I’m committed to that,” Rep. Angela Romero, D-Salt Lake City, said Wednesday. “I will be doing that during the 2022 session.” Romero made the comment at a news...
07 Apr 2021

AZ: Charles Rodrick Indicted, Arrested by FBI

[ACSOL] Charles Roderick, who charged registrants up to $500 to remove their personal information from websites he created, was arrested today by the FBI and taken into custody.  His arrest followed a grand jury indictment for a variety of felonies and misdemeanors.  If convicted of those charges, Rodrick faces between 12 to 23 years in prison. According to reliable news sources, Rodrick was arrested...
07 Apr 2021
[newschannel5.com - 4/7/21] NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Could hundreds of sex offenders be removed from the state’s sex offender registry? That’s the worry from some victim advocates following a federal court decision this week affecting two convicted sex offenders in Tennessee. The lawsuit was filed by two anonymous convicted sex offenders, John Doe #1, and John Doe #2, who said Tennessee's sex offender registry...
07 Apr 2021
[nbcnews.com - 4/7/21] Nearly 20 years after the Supreme Court struck down laws criminalizing consensual same-sex activity, the legacy of sodomy bans is still felt across the United States. In 1993, then-18-year-old Randall Menges was charged under Idaho’s “crimes against nature” law for having sex with two 16-year-old males. All three worked and lived at Pratt Ranch, a cattle ranch in Gem County that...
07 Apr 2021
A federal judge ruled Monday that Tennessee’s sex offender registration act is unconstitutional, at least as it was applied retroactively to two offenders. The ruling in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee affects only the two men who sued, identified in court documents as John Doe #1 and John Doe #2. “I think the ruling, while it is narrowly tailored...
06 Apr 2021
[msn.com - 4/6/21] The Minnesota House Capital Investment Committee learned more Tuesday about the proposed $17.8 million contained in Gov. Tim Walz’s bonding request for the Minnesota Sex Offender Program in St. Peter. The funding would renovate two buildings on the program’s campus, adding 30 beds to Community Preparation Services, as well as provide more programming and administrative space. Clients transferred to CPS continue...
06 Apr 2021
[news.yahoo.com - 4/6/21] The Education Department announced plans Tuesday to hold a public hearing on how schools ought to handle sexual misconduct cases as the first step in a planned overhaul of Title IX regulations. In a letter released by the Education Department, the hearing is described as a chance for students, parents, school officials and advocates to weigh in before the Biden administration...
05 Apr 2021
[floridaactioncommittee.org - 4/5/21] Floridians, take immediate action: email or call the senators TONIGHT or early morning before 9:30 AM Eastern on April 6. Florida Senate Bill 932 is on the Agenda to go before the Rules Committee tomorrow 04/06/21 at 9:30 am. We are calling on all members to contact the members of the Senate Rules Committee by calling and emailing them via the...
05 Apr 2021
San Diego County residents are fighting the supervised release of Douglas Badger, a 78-year-old registrant designated as a sexually violent predator, to a community in that county.  A judge previously granted Mr. Badger's release from Coalinga State Hospital provided that he is able to find housing. "ACSOL requests that members of the registrant community state their support for the release of Mr. Badger to...
05 Apr 2021
[countypress.co.uk - 4/4/21] A REGISTERED sex offender who had cartoon-pornography depicting child abuse on his hard drive has appeared in court. Hilary _______, 79, of Grange Road, Shanklin, appeared before the Isle of Wight Crown Court on Thursday. At a previous hearing at the Isle of Wight Magistrates' Court on February 9, he admitted possession of a prohibited image of a child. Prosecutor, Kelly...
04 Apr 2021
[fox5sandiego.com - 4/2/21] EL CAJON, Calif. – Residents in unincorporated El Cajon are pushing back ahead of a hearing this month that could place a man convicted of multiple sexual assaults in a supervised home in their neighborhood. A hearing will be held next month to determine whether to place Douglas Badger, a 78-year-old man convicted of several sexual assaults, in a supervised home...
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