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IL: Appellate court reverses sex offender registration conviction

An Illinois appeals court reversed a man’s conviction after he was accused of failing to register as a sex offender.

The Fifth District Appellate Court, in reversing former judge John Baricevic, found the state did not provide enough evidence that ____ had to continually register as a sexual offender on the date of his offense. Prosecutors conceded there was no indication if Kitterman’s imprisonment or subsequent conviction changed the required registration date.

The three-judge panel ruled ____, who represented himself, proved the the Sexual Offender Registration Act (SORA) requires the offender to meet the registration responsibilities on the date of the incident. Full Article


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Imagine that, another pro se……

I love this, a perfect example of the power of the Pro Se litigant who is not afraid to take it upon themselves to fight their own battle. This should be inspirational for all and strengthens my argument that we as individual citizens have to, and are required to as Americans, to take back “OUR” courts………….

Thanks E, I appreciate your support….We should be having a decision on the AGs partial motion to dismiss any day now. Like I stated I am thinking about filing a motion for summary judgement in state court as well. I still believe it is a slam dunk in CA with the Taylor decision setting the bar for rational basis review….

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x