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MD: Annapolis, MD (KB) Frederick County Delegate Jesse Pippy said he is sponsoring sex offender legislation

[wfmd.com – 2/9/21]

Annapolis, MD (KB) Frederick County Delegate Jesse Pippy said he is sponsoring five pieces of legislation at the 2021 General Assembly in Annapolis. One has to do with the sex offender registry and expungement.

“There has been a push recently to expunge certain offenses off peoples’ records,” he explained.

Delegate Pippy said this bill will make sure that individuals who are on the sex registry are prohibited from getting their sex offenses expunged.

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This guy is such a douche…

Oh nuts this delegate is in my backyard. Time to make my voice heard loud and clear that I as his constituent I don’t not support this bill. I’ll also ask him what evidence does he have to support his bill. What a douchebag

If legislators are made to back up their legislation with data and projected costs they will be much more constructive. Note that they will begin with the assumption which nearly all their constituents believe and agree with…
1. All sex offenders re-offend at alarming rates. (see doe vs smith) this argument is part of the “proof of worth” of most new legislation.
2. Sex offences are under reported so any low recidivism percentage data is wrong.
3. Even if the legislation is net harmful to society, parents still have a right to know.
4. “Saving just one child” makes it all worthwhile. — no discussion on how many are harmed by the legislation.

The cost of the legislation is not really looked at. If the real costs of these laws were examined realistically many may not pass. If the total costs were common knowledge as is the incorrect assumptions above, a lot of the new legislation may not be proposed and sponsored.

Right….because that’s going to do anything meaningful. I’m not sure how many cases are expunged in Maryland per year let alone sex offenses, but I’d be willing to bet the numbers are low. Maybe he should focus on more useful legislation.

So you can beat and harm someone and go on with your life, but touching a “private” area is grounds for lifetime humiliation………

You know what is next?

A bill will be introduced legalizing ‘Shoot on sight’.

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