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ACSOL Conference Oct 1, 2022 


ACSOL Conference to Feature Distinguished Speakers, Important Panels

The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) will conduct its annual conference on Saturday, October 1.  The cost is just $25. The conference will be virtual on Zoom and feature distinguished speakers including attorney Caleb Kruckenberg of the Pacific Legal Foundation, Ilan Meyer of UCLA, criminal defense attorneys Chance Oberstein and Alex Landon as well as civil rights attorney Janice Bellucci.

Mr. Kruckenberg is the lead attorney in the case challenging the SORNA regulations.  At the conference, he will make a presentation about the ongoing litigation and its potential impact upon the federal government’s future implementation of those regulations.

Mr. Meyer is a distinguished scholar at the Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law.  He will make a presentation regarding an in-depth study he led regarding issues facing individuals who are both registrants and members of the LGBTQ community.

Mr. Oberstein will Mr. Landon will discuss the first year of petitioning under the Tiered Registry Law, including the number of registrants who have been removed from the registry so far. 

Ms. Bellucci will make a presentation regarding the U.S. Supreme Court decision, Smith v. Doe, that has significantly harmed more than a million registrants and their families.

Also at the conference, sociologist Emily Horowitz will share the results of her recent research regarding daily challenges faced by registrants and their families.  She will be joined by law professor Catherine Carpenter who will discuss legislation that has resulted due to society’s moral panic based on the myth that registrants often re-offend.

In addition to these speakers, the conference will feature panels regarding how to avoid the pitfalls of a failure to register to conviction as well as the ups and downs of the new Tiered Registry Law in California.  

The cost to attend the conference is just $25.  Please sign up for the conference using the link below.  

Saturday, October 1, 2022 Conference, sign up now

Scholarships are available upon request.  Conference presentations will be recorded and available following the conference for those who sign up. 

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I look forward to joining the speakers listed in this article during the conference on October 1. I will speaking about the need to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court decision, Smith v. Doe, and provide insight into how that could be done. Chance Oberstein will speak at the conference on the topic of the Tiered Registry Law. We hope to see you there!

Yay another closed door event where we preach to the choir again.

Nothing against the speakers but what purpose do these events serve anymore?

It feels like those motivation seminars. I was dragged to one by a friend. Nothing was put out that wasn’t already common knowledge among those that attended. It felt more like a Kumbaya event. How about just putting out a complete newsletter with each of the speaker’s views and talking points.

Last edited 3 months ago by Along for the ride

There ya go ride Janice just offered an opportunity. I’m sure many may look at much of what Janice’s team is doing as a motivational seminar but one has to consider motivation is one thing but it is also the inspiration or driving force behind the action. Sure we should all show respect and also honor. Respect should be given to those that deserve respect. Rom: 13;7

Talk about Prohibition. Well some put an end to that but we cope with many things in this day and age. This sex registry issue can cause much headache and hardships in many ways and also compound family issues also.. Ride I think you just volunteered to write a newsletter.

As for myself I already have my letter waiting to send off to Biden. And yes we all have our view’s about the registry and yes it must stop in many ways. Even the porno clean up on the internet is always good…
Ride I believe you or someone else could handle a good newsletter, beats being on jury duty with a sex offender label.

Wish we brought back at least one in person conference per year and of course one virtual conference per year.

I am happy that ACSOL is holding a conference, but:

1) It really needs to be in-person to be successful like the first two conferences. At least half, or more, of the knowledge and experience I gained was from talking face to face with people in my situation, and

2) I notice that there are no scheduled discussions regarding international nor domestic travel. I suppose that is because no one really knows what is going on and doesn’t want to venture possibly incorrect information. I know, how about we invite a representative from Satan (angel) Watch to give a presentation at our next conference 😉 ?

Speakers in attendance seem to get better year after year.

For the Zoom meeting, is it set up in such a way that our names are not posted? Am guessing there is no windowbox of attendees with camera picture and name, but just wanted to make sure attendance remains anonymous. Thank you.

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