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Important News / Announcements

ACSOL Online Meeting June 17, 2023

ACSOL In-Person Meeting July 8, 2023 in West Sacramento, CA

CASOMB Committee Confirms Support for 3 Proposed Changes to Tiered Registry Law

General News Feed


Editor's Note: A court in the state of Florida, known for its lack of common sense and compassion, has hit a new low mark. This time, a Florida judge sentenced a man with no prior criminal record to a life sentence for possession of child pornography. Florida courts in the past haver reserved lifetime sentences for those who murder their victims, not those who...


California RSOL will meet in San Francisco on Saturday, November 12, to discuss issues of concern to RSO's, family members, and friends. The meeting will be held at Unity Church, 2222 Bush Street, San Francisco and begin at 10 a.m. The meeting is free and will include presentations by attorneys, psychologists, and researchers. There is no need to register for the event, but additional...


The County of Riverside unanimously passed an ordinance on October 18 that prohibits anyone listed on the registry from celebrating Halloween in their own home! This is a violation of registrants' constitutional rights, including but not limited to, the First Amendment. Riverside County specifically prohibits registrants from (1) decorating the dwelling in which he/she lives, (2) leaving on any exterior decorative and ornamental lighting...


Editor's Note: This is a copy of a press release issued to the media by CA RSOL on October 25: Riverside County’s Halloween Ordinance Violates U.S. Constitution The ordinance recently adopted by Riverside County which prohibits “sex offenders” from celebrating Halloween in their own homes violates the U.S. Constitution. Specifically, the ordinance abridges the First Amendment right to free speech of anyone convicted of...

TESTIMONIAL: Registrant speaks out

Editor's Note: At the request of the registrant, his name is being withheld, however, he granted CA RSOL permission to share the following letter which he wrote after the October 1 meeting in Los Angeles. Last week I attended a meeting of a group of lawyers, educators and other advocates committed to reforming the sex offender laws in California and other states. These laws...

NY Says “No” to Adam Walsh Act

Editor's Note: The Adam Walsh Act would place additional restrictions on anyone convicted of a sex-related crime. Although passed by the U.S. Congress and signed into law in 2006, only seven states (Ohio, Delaware, Florida, South Dakota, Michigan, Nevada and Wyoming) agreed to fully comply with that Act. The state of Ohio subsequently declared the Act to be unconstitutional. California does not comply with...
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