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ACSOL Meeting in San Diego on Sat, December 8

ACSOL’s upcoming meeting in San Diego is as follows

Saturday, December 8
10 am
350 Cedar Street
Lecture Hall #2
San Diego, CA 92101

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 information about ACSOL’s advocacy as well as current topics and pending legal action.

Please Show up, Stand up, and Speak up!

 

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  1. Eric

    I’ll be there. I am anxious to here any updates on where we are going with the tiered registry. I think California is going to pave the way for the rest of the country with Janice leading the way. One size does not fit all, not with any crime, not with any situation. All people and cases should be dealt with on an individual basis.

    • David

      @Eric: No disrespect intended, but California is certainly NOT leading the way with regard to a tiered registry. In fact, California is one of only four states that do NOT currently have tiered registries. Furthermore, California’s tiered registry law – as currently written – will only allow certain eligible people to be removed from California’s registry ….. IF they formally apply – AND get a court hearing – AND argue against the district attorney that they should be removed. In many other states, removals is automatic after a certain number of years – no need to argue a case in front of a judge or go through the hassle and expense of hiring a lawyer. We are fortunate to have had this Bill passed, but we still have a long way to go before it is reasonable and equitable. (As if anything having to do with Registries could ever be reasonable and equitable!)
      Big kudos to Janice & ACSOL (and Gov. Jerry Brown) for getting the tiered registry law passed. It took six years of hard work by Janice et al to get this Tiered Registry Bill passed in California ….. but there is more work yet to be done. More battles to be fought.

      • Eric

        I am well aware of where California stands on this as I am following it closely as most of us are. Sorry if my optimism ruffled you, but I have always believed being positive and confronting a problem has better results than being negative and complaining. Not a big fan of sitting around and griping.

        • Will Allen

          Being positive is fine but there is nothing wrong with being realistic or negative.

          Obviously ACSOL has done a lot of great things. I know they really wondered and debated about whether or not they should support “tiering”. I think “tiering” is bad and it is not correct to pretend it’s okay or support it. Nevertheless, I would always congratulate ACSOL on making tough choices to do what they think is right and any wins that they get.

          With this “tiering”, the criminal regimes might have say 500,000 so-called “worst of the worst” listed on their Registries a decade from now. As opposed to having 2,000,000 listed. It will be a lot easier for them to “justify” and harass those 500,000. It still won’t be acceptable. Personally, I would accept being one of the 2,000,000 in order to help correct this immoral, un-American BS.

  2. Denise Cully

    Yes i am coming on Dec 8th meeting, I am the director of Jesus’ Prayer Ministry. would you put me on your emailing list too? Thanks you

    • Janice Bellucci

      We look forward to meeting you at this meeting, Denise. Please be sure to introduce yourself to me.

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