Third Lawsuit Filed

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Third Lawsuit Filed This Month Challenging Florida Sex Offender Registry Oct 15, 2018 | Florida Action Committee Another federal lawsuit has been filed challenging the Florida sex offender registry. This one filed in the Middle District of Florida and assigned…

Florida Ex Post Facto Challenge

Plaintiffs are five registrants whose offenses were committed before the first version of FSORNA was enacted in October 1997. They have long since completed their sentences, including probation. They have not since been arrested or convicted of any substantive offense,…

Playing With Fire?

Liberals Courted Neil Gorsuch’s Vote to Strike Down a Terrible Sex Offender Law During Tuesday’s oral arguments in Gundy v. United States at the Supreme Court, Justice Neil Gorsuch name-dropped an unusual ally: the American Civil Liberties Union. Gorsuch asked…

US Supreme Court to Hear SORNA Case

HERMAN AVERY GUNDY, Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES, Respondent. INTRODUCTION The Government defends a version of SORNA that Congress never enacted. Nothing in 34 U.S.C. § 20913(d)—or anywhere else in SORNA—directs the Attorney General to make the Act’s requirements, including its criminal sanctions, applicable to…

Design Thinking

Man, women, idea - design thinking

In the design world, there is a better instrument to use when problem-solving that can be incorporated into the mission of Women Against Registry. The concept of Design Thinking incorporates a more wholistic approach to design by looking at as complete…

Retrial for Innocence

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Iowa Supreme Court: Innocent people who plead guilty can challenge their convictions “We know people plead guilty for all sorts of reasons,” the opinion states. “Many of these reasons are unrelated to whether the defendant actually committed the crime.” Read…