LA: Louisiana woman challenges Sorna using ADA angle

Source: courthousenews.com 12/21/23

NEW ORLEANS — A federal court in Louisiana denied the state police’s request to stay a convicted sex offender’s lawsuit alleging that Louisiana’s onerous sex offender notification requirements have resulted in an unfair cycle of arrest, imprisonment and release for noncompliance in violation of her due process rights. The state authorities did not offer any argument on the four factors required to obtain a stay pending appeal, including where the public interest lies in the litigation.

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With the Driver License case being a win in Louisiana hopefully the Judges agree with us again.

Sounds like New Orleans has some good judges. Dangerous cops though but that’s the entire south for you.

Cycle of arrests, incarceration and release… I thought that was the plan, except for maybe the release part. Florida is working on fixing that.

Yes I can hope the court will see that this whole abomination is counter productive, revenge. It creates no value, only problems for Registrants and society as a whole. It is unnecessary, counterproductive and cruel.

However, I am reminded…

We don’t live in a society that values its citizens, instead viewing them as disposable surplus. If you’re not providing me with value, then you should be disposed of… always more where you came from, and maybe getting rid of you will educate the others as to how they can avoid your fate.

That is, as I see it, the foundation of American “Justice”… get rid of everyone that isn’t earning their place in society… and do so in a way that terrorizes others into trying to avoid this.

This could be an interesting angle if she wins all the way through the process for all PFRs who at older ages have harder times getting into care facilities with medical care needs that could be classified under ADA as disabilities. That point could moot the “forever dangerous” label and force medical facilities to admit PFRs despite their convictions. Those with disabilities ARE a protected class regardless where classified, e.g., mil or civilian.

Last edited 3 months ago by TS

imm some of us have disability will this work here in California ? sign me up in this lawsuit if it goes forward.