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ACSOL Conference Oct 1, 2022 

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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Important News / Announcements

Frank Lindsay’s Health Continues to Improve

ACSOL December 17, 2022 Meeting

SORNA Regulations Hearing Delayed Until December 21

General News Feed

27 Apr 2012
Nearly half of the county's cities have adopted the 'child safety zone' law that bans sex offenders from parks, beaches, playgrounds and hiking trails. Critics say it's an ineffective feel-good measure. LA Times article mentioning California RSOL. Read more and comment.
26 Apr 2012

California Registrant’s Bill of Rights

CALIFORNIA REGISTRANTS’ BILL OF RIGHTS - October 2015 U.S. Constitution Freedom of Speech, Right to Assemble, Petition Government (1st Amendment) Freedom from Unreasonable Searches and Seizures (4th Amendment) Freedoms of Life, Liberty, Property, Due Process and Equal Protection (14th Amendment) California Constitution Total of 31 Articles enumerating rights (Section 1) Includes freedom to fish in public waters (Section 1, Article 25) CA Penal Code...
23 Apr 2012
WASHINGTON – The Justice Department is asking federal courts to let it cast a wider net in its effort to indefinitely lock up accused sexual predators, urging judges to detain men who have never been convicted of sexual assaults. Read the article on USAToday
22 Apr 2012
A Wisconsin church has recently begun holding biweekly church "adults only" services, in part as a way to allow convicted sex offenders to worship. Article on The Christian Post - Read More
20 Apr 2012
Tennessee senators approved an update to the state's abstinence-based sex education law that includes warnings against "gateway sexual activity." Full Article
19 Apr 2012

CA RSOL Supports Bill Requiring City Signs

The California State Assembly is currently considering legislation (AB 2086) that would require municipal jurisdictions that enact local ordinances that restrict the movement of registered citizens to post notices of those ordinances.  If passed, failure to post such notices would be punishable by a fine of $50,000.  The bill was amended on March 29 and introduced by Assemblyman Tom Amminao on February 23. Editor's Note: ...
13 Mar 2012
The Cypress City Council unanimously adopted a punitive ordinance that would deny the civil rights of registered citizens despite a recommendation from the City Attorney to delay further consideration in order to conduct further research. The City Attorney's recommendation was consistent with a request from California RSOL that was submitted in writing as well as addressed during the City Council meeting on March 12....
11 Mar 2012
California RSOL is featured in a new video released by Reason.TV.  The video is about 7 1/2 minutes long and focuses upon the state's life-time registry, including the recent attempt to create a tiered registry within California.  The video includes remarks from and footage of California RSOL organizer Janice Bellucci and State Assemblyman Tom Ammiano as well as an undisclosed California couple.  That couple...
10 Mar 2012
California RSOL will publicly oppose an ordinance proposed by the City of Cypress that would prohibit all registrants from (1) living with 2,000 feet of a school, park or day care center, (2) being in close proximity of a child safety zone, (3) staying in a hotel that already has a registrant guest, and (4) celebrating Halloween. The Cypress City Council will consider the...
21 Feb 2012
California RSOL will return to Los Angeles on April 21 for a regular monthly meeting.  The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. and be held at the ACLU Building, 1313 W. 8th Street, Los Angeles.  The meeting is open to registrants, family members and supporters only.  The meeting will include presentations by attorneys, pscyhologists and registrants who have successfully challenged residency restrictions and parole...
21 Feb 2012
Editor's Note: The article below was published in the National Catholic Review. It's amazing to read that the state of Missouri is considering such far-reaching measures. Let's continue to educate our lawmakers in California so that they, too, will consider and pass similar legislation. Should we reform the sex offender registry? by Mary Ann McGivern on Feb. 20, 2012 The Missouri legislature is debating...
20 Feb 2012
California RSOL continued its outreach to registrants, family members and supporters in Los Angeles on February 18. About 50 people attended the meeting held at the ACLU building which focused upon issues challenging registrants as well as potential future actions of the organization. The group discussed the recent defeat of Assembly Bill 625 as well as the opportunity to provide input for legislation next...
20 Feb 2012
Women Against Registry, a nationwide non-profit organization, recently posted three videos on YouTube of family members telling how they have been harmed by the registry. To view the videos, go to http://www.youtube.com/user/innocentvictims1?feature=mhee [youtube]http://youtu.be/1sbjCHypAp4[/youtube] [youtube]http://youtu.be/DJk1Zb6N7-U[/youtube] [youtube]http://youtu.be/uZWl6ObXOCY[/youtube] [youtube]http://youtu.be/1IZy-DiDQfo[/youtube] [youtube]http://youtu.be/NT2LE3WZih4[/youtube]
13 Feb 2012
A new civil rights movement has begun with the first meeting of the CA Reform Sex Offender Laws organization in Los Angeles on October 1. The meeting attracted more than 50 people, including registered persons, family members, attorneys and psychologists from as far away as San Francisco and San Diego. One man came with his "victim", who is now his wife. The atmosphere was...
08 Feb 2012

Recommended Reading

There are several good books to read about sex offender laws as well as the lives of registered persons. The following books are known and recommended. All can be ordered on the Amazon website. Sex Offender Laws: Failed Policies, New Directions - Richard G. Wright We're All in this Together - Frank Udall Lindsay Sex Panic and the Punitive State - Roger Lancaster Lost...
06 Feb 2012

Meeting in LA on Feb 18

Our next meeting will be held on February 18 in L.A. at the ACLU Building, 1313 W. 8th Street, at a new time. We will start at 1 p.m.
06 Feb 2012
Editor's Note: The ruling below is encouraging and could be used in any future challenge to California libraries that refuse to allow registrants from visiting public libraries. DENVER, Jan 20 (Reuters) - A federal appeals court ruled on Friday that a policy barring registered sex offenders from public libraries in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was unconstitutional, a decision that could have reverberations across the nation....
03 Feb 2012

RSO LAWS HARM FAMILIES

“The Accidental Sex Offender” (Marie Claire) On July 28, 2011, in In The News, by tvadmin .... It was a classic teenage love story. He was a football star, and she was a cheerleader. They met, they fell in love, they started having sex. And then the cops got involved. Fifteen years later, they're still paying the price. Frank Rodriguez cannot coach his children's...
30 Jan 2012

ASSEMBLY DEFEATS AB 625

The Assembly has just voted on AB 625 and defeated it by 41 to 19. It's hard to believe that elected officials don't understand the current challenges faced by the state's 92,000+ registrants such as unemployment, homelessness and vigilante violence. These challenges are of course experienced by family members as well. California RSOL attempted to educate them by lobbying efforts in October, November, December...
26 Jan 2012

AB 625 AMENDED BY ASSEMBLY

AB 625 was amended by the Assembly during its deliberations on Thursday, January 26. The amendment, proposed by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, would create a fourth tier of individuals that would only be required to notify law enforcement officials when they moved. The amendment was proposed in order to attract additional votes for the bill. The amendment passed 32 to 16 after being opposed by...
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