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The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) is dedicated to protecting the Constitution by restoring the civil rights of registrants and their families. In order to achieve that objective, ACSOL will educate and litigate as well as support or oppose legislation.

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ACSOL Announces Major Event in Nation’s Capitol in March 2023

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14 Jul 2021
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — James Fairbanks, who pleaded no contest to second-degree murder in the killing of  Mattieo Condoluci last year, was sentenced in a Douglas County on Wednesday morning. 3 News Now reporter, Jon Kipper was in the courtroom where a judge sentenced him to a total of 40–70 years on two counts: second-degree murder and possessing a firearm while committing a felony....
13 Jul 2021
Source: ACSOL A lawsuit was filed in a Florida federal district court today that challenges the continued registration of non-residents and deceased persons convicted of a sex offense.  According to the lawsuit, the Florida registry currently includes more than 28,000 people who do not live in that state as well as more than 1,300 people who are dead. The plaintiff in this lawsuit was...
13 Jul 2021
A challenge grant in the amount of $2,000 has been offered for the purpose of challenging California's new tiered registry law.  Specifically, the funds are to be used to help create an "off-ramp" so that individuals assigned to Tier 3 would be eligible to petition for removal provided they are not convicted of a subsequent sex offense.  The Tiered Registry Law currently requires anyone...
13 Jul 2021
ACSOL has filed a lawsuit challenging regulations issued by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) that categorically exclude inmates required to register from re-sentencing opportunities provided in recent legislation.  The lawsuit was filed on July 6 in Sacramento Superior Court. "The regulations being challenged repeat the same mistake made by CDCR in its regulations implementing Proposition 57," stated ACSOL Executive Director Janice...
10 Jul 2021
A brave dad tackled and duct-taped a person who is listed on the sex offense registry who broke into a California home and exposed himself in front of his sleeping 5-year-old daughter, according to a new report. The man started creeping around outside the home in Grayson around 5 a.m. Tuesday, KOVR reported. “He went and knocked the door, he tried to open the...
09 Jul 2021

Why Sex Offense Laws Do More Harm Than Good

By Deborah Jacobs There are few crimes more heinous than child molestation. Whether violently attacked by a stranger or preyed upon by a trusted adult in the home, school or place of worship, children who survive such assaults are often left to walk a lifelong path of sorrow and pain. Unfortunately, our government has failed to take steps that will make a meaningful difference...
09 Jul 2021
Have a look at these extraordinary figures. Two years into our National Redress Scheme (NRS) for victims of institutional sexual abuse, over $500 million has been paid to 5,920 of 10,000 applicants who have so far applied – a mere blip compared to the 60,000 victims assumed to be eligible. The total cost of the scheme is estimated at an astonishing $4.01 billion, according to the Royal...
09 Jul 2021
A group of frustrated, angry and concerned citizens is keeping a close watch on a person listed on the registry at level 3, recently released into their Victoria neighborhood. The group is hoping to have Vanhecke removed from that area. But state Department of Corrections officials believe he is not a public danger and is entitled to live at the residence in question. One...
09 Jul 2021
A Colorado court of appeals issued a decision today upholding a condition of probation that severely limits a registrant's use of both the internet and social media while he is on probation.  The court acknowledged in its decision that the registrant's offense did not include use of either the internet or social media. "This decision is outrageous and must be appealed," stated ACSOL Executive...
09 Jul 2021
Source: ktvu.com 7/7/21 OAKLEY, Calif. - The arrival of a registered person has an Oakley neighborhood in an uproar. Residents say they are afraid for their children and feel like prisoners in their homes. "For 30 nights I have not slept until 4 a.m. because I am awake thinking about what we can do," said Jennifer Curran who lives with her husband, son, and...
08 Jul 2021
Source: lexology.com 7/7/21 In brief - important development in Queensland's child protection laws will take effect in term three. Recently, the Queensland Government, through the Criminal Code (Child Sexual Offences Reform) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2020 (Qld) (Amendment Act), has made several key amendments to the Queensland Criminal Code to provide greater protection to children from sexual abuse. In particular, the Amendment Act...
06 Jul 2021
Source: inforney.com 7/6/21 A new law that goes into effect Sept. 1 will make Texas the first state to punish sex buyers with a felony. HB 1540 was filed by state Rep. Senfronia Thompson, D-Houston. It passed both chambers of the state legislature and was signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott. The new law creates a separate offense for buying sex and raises...
06 Jul 2021
TX: Austin man to use backyard as homeless encampment site [EXCEPT FOR…]
Source: spectrumlocalnews.com 7/6/21 AUSTIN, Texas — Josiah Ingalls isn’t giving up on his plan to use private land as an encampment for people experiencing homelessness. "Whenever you talk about housing and the homeless and that it’s not the government's job and how people should do it and people should put them in their own backyard, well that’s what we are literally doing here,” Ingalls said. Ingalls...
06 Jul 2021
Source: news.yahoo.com 7/6/21 MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Kyle Rittenhouse's attorney wants a judge to allow him to argue that one of the men his client fatally shot during a Wisconsin protest was a person convicted of a sex offense, saying it supports a defense theory that he attacked Rittenhouse and intended to take his gun because he couldn't legally possess one. Mark Richards maintained...
05 Jul 2021
Source: wcyb.com 7/5/21 WISE COUNTY, Va. —An East Stone Gap community is concerned after learning a sanctuary for people with a sex offense conviction in their past might be intentionally relocated to their neighborhood. Residents of the Inby Lane Mobile Home Park received this letter from their landlord. Image of letter Longtime resident Vernon Porch Jr. has an eight-year-old daughter. Porch says he plans...
05 Jul 2021
Source: fetchyournews.com 7/4/21 Murphy, NC— Sheriff Derrick Palmer announced the July 01, 2021 arrest of Anthony ____, a 44-year-old male who listed a Murphy, North Carolina address, for violations of the Sex Offense Registry. In March 2021, Anthony reported in person to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office to register as a person convicted of a sex offense. During the registration process, it was found...
02 Jul 2021
Source: kvpr.org 7/2/21 A journalist has discovered and reported that a high rate of registrants forced to reside at Coalinga State Hospital, California, have died due to COVID.  According to the report, COVID killed a total of 30 patients at that hospital.  This total represents more than two percent of all patients at Coalinga State Hospital and is twice as high as patients at...
02 Jul 2021
Source: sunderlandecho.com 7/2/21 A killer who sparked a deadly fire at his hostel after he wrongly concluded a man who lived there had a sex offense conviction in his past, has been jailed for life. By Karon Kelly Friday, 2nd July 2021, 2:49 pm Declan Lancaster, who had taken a cocktail of drink and drugs, started a blaze in a linen cupboard at Manor...
02 Jul 2021
BY RORY FLEMING JULY 2, 2021 On June 8, the American Law Institute, arguably the most prestigious non-governmental law reform organization in the country, concluded its national meeting. One of its agenda items was to have its thousands of elected members—top federal appeals judges among them, who enjoy lifetime appointments after being confirmed by the United States Senate—vote on a draft of the revised chapter of the Model Penal Code for...
02 Jul 2021

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