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Friday, June 10, 2011

Developing a new site

I have been working on a new site that will house all things pertaining to Sex Offender laws. This site is still under development and is not quite ready for full access by the public. However, it is ready for browsing but keep in mind that there are still issues with links so in some cases you may have to go back to the home page and start again.

The book that I am working on is being integrated into the new site and it is my hope that it will build into one of the best resources for those faced with the challenges that the sex offender laws create.

Please visit to learn more.

Also visit these sites for news and discussion on sex offender issues.
Sex Offender Issues a fantastic blog for news.
Sex Offender Issues Forum a forum that I hope will grow as great as the blog has.

1 comment:

    It HAS begun and now the registry MUST GO!
    Here is you official chance to take your stand and take it down! 

    The WAR Admin Team AND our Class Action Core Team are proud to announce that we will begin work this week on two law suits to be filed at the federal level this fall. That’s right – two of them!

    The first is on behalf of registered sex offenders and the second on behalf of families and friends of registered sex offenders.

    The challenges will be against SORNA and the impact to the registrant families, which has been verified and documented by researchers. Also, the public impact will be defined in an upcoming survey being developed with the assistance of Professor Crysanthi Leon of the University of Delaware.

    Even though these laws were mandated at the Congressional level then enacted to varying degrees by the state legislatures, we will be asking the court to rule on “the law” thus removing the manner in which legislators have purported to keep children safe – punitive punishment for registrants and families. It is time to take the issue out of the state legislators hands and campaigns and place it firmly in front of the supreme courts.

    The concept of filing based on the collateral damage experienced by those who seek to provide positive support at re-entry and thereafter will gather steam and provide a more assertive approach than is being used today.

    Please consider this your invitation to visit our website where you will instantly see the announcement as well as the opportunity for participation. We have also listed some Frequently Asked Questions to help answer as many immediate questions as possible.

    Join the ‘Movers and Shakers’ in these law suits.