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ACSOL May 16 Phone Meeting

Please join me and ACSOL President Chance Oberstein, a criminal defense attorney, for our “monthly” meeting to be held as a telephone conference call.

The conference call will be on Saturday, May 16 at 10 am Pacific Time (1:00 Eastern) and will last from 2 to 3 hours.

Topics of conversation will include information about COVID-19 and its impact upon registrants and their families as well as the Tiered Registry and other current topics as well as recent court decisions and pending legal actions throughout the nation.

Please Show up, Stand up, and Speak up!

Dial-in number: 1-712-770-8055
Conference Code: 983459

This will be recorded and available on a future date on our website www.all4consolaws.org

You can let the moderator know that you wish to ask a question by pressing 5* on your phone (i.e., the “5”, then the “*”). The conference call system should tell you that your virtual “hand” is raised, and will note this on the moderator’s switchboard. If you press 5* a second time, your hand will be lowered, and the moderator will no longer see that you wish to ask a question. Pressing 5* a third time will raise your hand again, and so on.

Unfortunately, the switchboard does not indicate the order in which callers press 5*, so please be patient while waiting to ask a question.

We look forward to having you call in.

Sincerely,

Janice

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  1. AC

    Hello, ACSOL crew,

    A lot of organizations and businesses are slowly reopening, with the agreement between owners and customers that all persons involved wear facial masks and keep at a distance of 6 feet. With that being said, is it possible to resume physical meetings with such agreement implemented? What do you think about this?

    AC

  2. anon

    Wait, I totally don’t understand any of this. Are the people on this site arguing against the usage of a sex offender registry? Everyone here talks and seems like convicted rapists. You do not deserve the right to ever live a normal life again after you are convicted of a sex crime. What part of a sex offender registry is unconstitutional?

    • Adama

      Is that you USA?

    • Will Allen

      $EX Offender Registries are not needed or significantly beneficial. No one actually has any need for one. That is trivial to prove.

      But Registries are not just worthless, they are a lot worse. They have harmed millions of innocent people in America. They have put every single person in America in more danger than they would be if Registries did not exist. You must already know that Registries have been the direct cause of the murders of innocent children. Do you know their names? I know some of them.

      Beyond that, Registries absolutely distract from actually preventing crimes. They also waste tremendous resources that could instead be put to good use.

      There is not a single, informed, moral person in all of America today who thinks Registries are a good idea or should exist. It’s pretty simple really.

      Regarding your thoroughly idiotic “normal life again” comment – so I take it you are saying that if any person is convicted of any crime then that person does not “deserve the right to ever live a normal life again”. Seems a bit harsh. I hope you don’t live in America or think you are an American. You should live in a third world, cesspool of a country.

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