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IN: First In The Nation To Create Child-Abuse Registry

Starting in July 2017, Indiana will become the first state in the nation maintaining a child abuse offender registry,

The new law tracks anyone who has ever been convicted in Indiana of child neglect – or physical or sexual abuse of a child. The Offender Registry will be maintained by the Division of State Court Administration. Full Article

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All hail the rebirth of the third Reich! Is that what we get for transplanting Nazi scientists and officers to the US? Yes!

Anyone wanna place bets on which state will implement different registries to outdo Indiana?

What’s next? Late land tax payments? lol

Well it’s all for the kids so it must be good.

What they are creating in this country is a caste system, where everyone will be regulated according to his or her official government label. It is Just a matter of time, depending on how fast the media is in creating new monsters to register, and the public’s lazy appetite for applying simple criminal remedies for every possible complex social problem that makes the headlines.

An idea:

Instead of creating another meaningless recording keeping system how about spending time and other limited resources doing whatever necessary to prevent neglect or abuse from happening in the first place?

That might take some effort and actually work. It, however, doesn’t satisfy bloodlust nor put votes in the ballet box.

If presented correctly bloodlust will not be a component needing to be satisfied. Coming out in favor of direct front end action is the worst strategy because exploitation, neglect, and abuse are end of the line symptoms. Go back to before any notion of such things is in a persons life and limit at every opportunity chances to stray onto potentially dangerous paths. Some effort barely scratches what is required to fully address everything that has happened and continues. If anyone wants an honest solution they better be prepared to abandon the way human civilization exists today. Global problems demand global attention and thus global change on scale with the biggest changes in human history.

Another after the fact punishment. Janice I believe this is something you should really follow. There will definitely be people taking this to court and eventually Supreme Court about this child abuse registry. This may be another way to get to the Supreme Court and show that these registries are a punishment and not administrative. Also I wonder if they are going to go back and get every single person charged with child abuse and put them on this registry. It may be a good idea to go ahead and get an organization started in Indiana to help people on that registry since we already know its cosequences and also know what’s coming. Joblessness, homelessness, harassment,unending new ordinances and more hurt family members. Let’s be proactive and that will also make us be able to keep up with the lawsuits that are going forward that we know are coming. Then we can have our day in court again and present real facts….By the way, I thought the registry was implemented on the (false) notion that RSOs have.a high recidivism rate….So then whats the excuse for this one? Janice this is yours for the taking!!!!!!

Remember that Janice cannot practice law outside of California. And finding a willing and smart attorney in another state is very difficult. Any attorney that represents us will face consequences. Janice takes a lot of crap from others because of her advocacy.

Lake County:
Are you sure about that? She was just in Arizona arguing a case. She’s also been sworn in as a U.S. attorney.

I am licensed to practice law only in California. I appeared in one federal case in Arizona due to a pro hac vice motion. I am not and have never been employed by the Office of the U.S. Attorney.

I stand corrected. I confused the U.S. attorney swearing with that of the U. S. Supreme Court Bar Association.

For those interested:
The right to appear pro hac vice is not guaranteed, and 50-state surveys have shown that “most jurisdictions intend for pro hac vice admission to be used on a sparing and occasional basis.” Generally, the attorney who requests authorization to practice in a jurisdiction within which he or she is not licensed must specifically request permission from the court to be able to appear as an attorney of record. This is accomplished with a motion to appear pro hac vice, in which an attorney who is licensed in the jurisdiction requests that the non‐licensed attorney be admitted to practice in a particular case. In addition to the motion, the out-of-jurisdiction attorney is typically required to provide the court with a statement from his local bar association indicating that he is a member in good standing and also pay a small fee to the court or its local bar association.

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