Thursday, December 25, 2014

Whats Happening in the Sex Offender Community


Here is Whats Happening Today
January 23, 2015:

Always check State News and National News though.
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It is time once again to vote for the 2014 Shiitake Awards!

Vote on the dumbest sex offender stories and the worst among those who exploit sex offenders for personal game. Vote and share the awards with fellow activists! (please do, we want lots of voters) Voting ends February 1. It is free and fun. Most of all, you get to stick it to those who stick it to Registered Citizens. Vote HERE



Use a Goodwill Letter To Remove
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What You Need to Know About Being Power of Attorney

Antibiotics: When you need them—and when you don’t

What You Should Know Before Paying Off Old Debt

Reminder: Now Is the Best Time to Renew Your Passport

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has posted
UPDATED figures on the number of Registered Folks
nationally. See HERE which includes numbers since 2005.


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Radio Shows: Covering Sex Offender Topics:
Show archives generally have past shows.



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eAdvocate Tidbits


Restoration of Rights
  • 1) Click HERE then click on your state, it will explain the rights lost by a conviction.
  • 2) Then at the bottom click on "Read the full profile" and there will be an explanation of how to restore your rights, if they can be.
  • 3) Or click HERE for the full NACDL report Collateral Damage: America’s Failure to Forgive or Forget in the War on Crime – A Roadmap to Restore Rights and Status After Arrest or Conviction.

For those who have had their rights restored, here is a very interesting Juror's Handbook.

Often folks have questions that are best answered by lawyers, and to that end we have updated the "Ask a Lawyer" section of our lawyers page.

DEADLINE For States to Implement the Adam Walsh Act July 27, 2011. Long past and still only 17 of 50 have substantially complied! (Alabama; Colorado; Delaware; Florida; Kansas; Louisiana; Maryland; Michigan; Mississippi; Missouri; Nevada; Ohio; Pennsylvania; South Carolina; South Dakota; Tennessee; Wyoming.) In July 2011, they said "it would take up to 3 months to go through what has been submitted." Still nothing, now 2015!
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