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The US Costitution refers to felonies as “high crimes.”

Not putting your current address on your drivers license is a “high crime” apparently. Which is certainly a reasonable way for our detectives and courts and prisons to spend their time and taxdollars.

Think of this… In which other country would a citizen be locked in a PENITENTIARY for merely having an old address on his government papers? There are 2.2 million Americans in jail. The US population is 4.4% of the world, yet we have almost a quarter of the worlds’s prison population. Am I to believe that Americans are so much more malicious than other peoples? Or is it simply because everything is illegal in the Land of the Free?

Our laws could be simplified by just listing the things in the US that are legal. The new law book would be about ten pages.

If this ID card issue is of such importance to the state, that is is considered a felony, then why aren’t offenders able to update their ID cards while registering at the sheriff’s office? The government says these laws are in place to protect the public (which is untrue). Therefore a one stop shop should be in place to ensure the public is “protected.”
These types of laws are designed to ensnare sex offenders. If you make the registration difficult and add additional procedures in different locations, many sex offenders will be unable to complete them.

I bet the sex offender registry laws have made it so hard and difficult for registrants to follow that they would have nothing to live for.

The constitution states the law must be equal to all. To point out and only enforce on some will lead to bigger issues. Come on attorneys step up

Very well stated David. I think I will have that in my opening speech it is so well articulated. As far as any lawyers stepping up. HA!!!! That’s like wishing in one hand and you know what in the other to see which one fills up faster. Even almost everyone of them that do are so incompetent or corrupt that they due the bare minimum just to get paid and not get barred from the state bar. All the well articulated cases like Packingham, Colorado, Taylor, have all been extremely successful.


This is a rather disturbing article. The reason for his arrest is plain and simple. He is considered high risk and he has multiple convictions! We don’t know the entire story. I’m not saying it’s fair, but it’s clearly the reason. So, everyone doesn’t need to generalize. I doubt he will get convicted with anything/they are rattling his cage!

The one thing I did notice is some of you have stated some intriguing things! You stated past cases: Colorado? Packingham? I often wonder.

I live a normal life, don’t break any laws and yet many of you seem almost obsessed with case law etc? Multiple convictions? Think your smarter then everyone? Some of you guys literally write books with your responses/comments citing case law etc? Are you breaking the law again? It’s troubling.

I simply read this for entertainment. Yet, some of you live on here? Very intriguing.