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Monthly Meetings: September 21 – Phone meeting details

Emotional Support Group Meetings (Los Angeles, Sacramento, Phone)

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 Emotional Support Group Meetings Available: Sat, August 24 in L.A.; Most Thursdays in Sac; Monthly on the phone

ACSOL Meeting in San Diego on Saturday, August 17

ACSOL Monthly Meetings 2019

General News Feed

12 Oct 2012
A professor of jurisprudence at Chapman University's school of law says, "I think it's unlikely to be unconstitutional for the state or the city to prohibit sex offenders from handing out candy to little kids."
10 Oct 2012

Police captain’s son charged, not jailed

SAN DIEGO - Six weeks after the son of a San Diego police captain was accused of sexual assault, battery and vandalism, he had yet to step foot into jail. An arrest warrant was issued for 23-year-old Alex Guaderrama Friday by the San Diego City Attorney Jan Goldsmith.  San Diego Police Department told Fox 5 Monday that no arrest had been made and no...
10 Oct 2012

Man charged with grabbing 10-year-old near park

Note: Santa Ana Parks and a 300 foot buffer are off-limits to 290 registrants and, as such,  a "Child Safety Zone". SANTA ANA – A 55-year-old Santa Ana gang member has been charged with grabbing a 10-year-old boy who was walking to soccer practice near Delhi Park and smelling his arm, authorities said. Victor Joseph Espinoza is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday to...
10 Oct 2012
CA RSOL spoke in opposition to the City of Anaheim's proposed Parks ban October 9. Despite testimony from the Orange County DA and his deputy as well as the mother of Samantha Runnion, the City Council did not pass the proposed ordinance. California RSOL will return to the City of Anaheim the next time it considers this or a similar ordinance. Please come join...
09 Oct 2012
According to the City Attorney for Anaheim, California, the City Council is set to consider an ordinance banning registrants from entering into all community, neighborhood and "special use" parks located within the city of Anaheim. CA RSOL has written and sent this letter to the Mayor and City Council of Anaheim in opposition to the proposed ordinance. To view comments made during the previous...
06 Oct 2012
A recently-filed lawsuit contends that laws in Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Seal Beach and Lake Forest banning sex offenders from county parks and other public facilities are unconstitutional.
04 Oct 2012
FOUNTAIN VALLEY – Registered sex offenders who have committed crimes against children will be prohibited from entering parks in Fountain Valley, the City Council decided Tuesday. The council unanimously approved the first reading of an ordinance, modeled after a county ban, but defines "park" to include other recreational areas where children may be. The city's ordinance also differs from the county's in that it...
04 Oct 2012
With Video - An attorney representing five Simi Valley sex offenders who sued the city over limits to their Halloween activities said the lawsuit will be the first of several she expects to file over such restrictions. Lawyer Janice Bellucci heads the 18-month-old advocacy group California Reform Sex Offender Laws. On Friday, she filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming that Simi Valley's ordinance violates...
28 Sep 2012
A federal lawsuit filed today seeks to block enforcement of Simi Valley's new Halloween sex offender ordinance, contending it's unconstitutional. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles by 10 plaintiffs, including five registered sex offenders who live in Simi Valley. The Simi Valley City Council on Sept. 10 adopted the ordinance that aims to prevent sex offenders from having contact...
28 Sep 2012
The Justice Department's Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking (SMART) recently announced that Pennsylvania and the U.S. Virgin Islands are the latest jurisdictions to implement the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA), Title I of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006. Since the passage of SORNA, which establishes a comprehensive national system for the registration...
28 Sep 2012


An ordinance recently adopted by the city of Simi Valley that requires registrants to post signs on their front doors and prohibits them from decorating their homes on Halloween is being challenged in federal court. The lawsuit was filed on September 28 in U.S, District Court, Central District, Western Division. It asserts that the Simi Valley ordinance is unconstitutional and requests that the court...
26 Sep 2012
Anaheim City Council Meeting Video. According to the City Attorney the ordinance will be on the next agenda (October 9 ?). CA RSOL has written and sent this letter to the Mayor and City Council of Anaheim in opposition to the proposed ordinance.
26 Sep 2012
A Lakeside, Calif. man confronted about alleged child porn opened fire inside his apartment, shooting and injuring two deputies before shooting himself, according to the man’s girlfriend. The girlfriend told NBC San Diego that she was getting her two daughters ready for school when she found pornographic pictures of her boyfriend and her two daughters engaged in sex acts on his cell phone. Full...
25 Sep 2012
OSWEGO -- Amy Warner is a mom who says she'll sleep easier after the city of Oswego voted unanmiously to pass a law which prohibits sex offenders from driving taxi cabs. "Having young kids who aren't always making the best choices, I don't think it's a good idea putting them in any unnecessary danger," says Warner. Prior to the vote, Jeremy Zielisnki called the...
22 Sep 2012
“If we had been aware of his record,” says Maureen Kanka, “my daughter would be alive today.” She is referring, in a statement on the website of an anti-crime group she founded, to Jesse Timmendequas, a neighbor in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, who raped and murdered her 7-year-old daughter, Megan, in 1994. Three months later, the state legislature enacted Megan’s Law, which created a...
22 Sep 2012
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- An Action News investigation revealed a frightening loophole that lets Fresno County sex offenders walk free, even after violating parole. Now, state legislators and the people in charge of the parole system are responding. We showed you two sex offenders Thursday who violated parole with little in the way of consequences.  They're both in jail now after allegedly committing new...
19 Sep 2012
The Niagara County Legislature has scheduled a public meeting for October 2nd at 6:45pm to discuss plans to repeal the county's tough sex-offender law. The move comes after recent court rulings said local laws cannot be more strict than the one enacted by New York State. Full Article
19 Sep 2012

NM: Repeat Sex Offender Numbers Low in County

Every Halloween night, between 30 and 50 Bernalillo County Sheriff’s deputies spread out all over the county and knock on the doors of registered sex offenders, as a reminder that the county knows where they are and what they’re doing. The Halloween blitz is just one of the tactics the Sheriff’s Department says could be behind the county’s remarkably low sex offender re-offense, or...
19 Sep 2012

Media from RSOL Conference in NM

A collection of media reports about the National RSOL Conference. Quote from one attendee: "The media coverage, which began with great concerns and some misunderstandings about our purpose, changed to fair, balanced, and very favorable reporting and stories, primarily because they did what all good journalists and reporters do; they came; they listened; they interviewed; they asked questions; they recorded and filmed. We thank...
18 Sep 2012
Known Relationships Are the Greater Danger - According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), every year, more than 200,000 children are abducted by family members. An additional 58,000 are taken by nonrelatives with primarily sexual motives. However, only 115 reported abductions represent cases in which strangers abduct and kill children, hold them for ransom, or take them with the intention...