Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Topic: Future Topics

Future Topics:
Folks Are Asking About:

Please bear with us as we research these topics.
All of these result from folks asking us questions that we do not have a ready answer for. If you have any ideas for a topic shown, or a link to a source, please click on that link and add your comments or other information. We will appreciate the help. And it is entirely possible we may never actually do more than cite the question or issue here; time, relevance and priorities controlling.

TOP Priority:
National FSO Economic Occupy Movement:
Embargo Lists:: (Done, waiting for other Advocate Lists)
Failure to Register type issues: (Always In Progress)
Home Address Checks:
Monitoring Sex Offenders: (Coming: What does that mean?)
(Other ideas to address from an economic viewpoint) (Anyone???)
Bitcoins: What are they?
Cell Phones
Excellent site to review whats available and payment plans, including pre-paid no contract plans and phones
Consumer Complaint forms (Offendex)

Credit and Related Information;

Crimes committed by foreigners within U.S. borders:
Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 1963: Apparently when a foreigner commits a crime in the U.S. and invokes this Convention their Consular must be contacted and a decision made whether to prosecute them in the U.S. or whether to send them back to their country of origin and be prosecuted there.
If not invoked, there is no requirement -by the U.S.- to contact their Consular before prosecution. Needless to say the process is not as simple as it sounds, I'll leave the details to lawyers; the concept is all we need here.
BTW: Since the U.S. is has ratified this Convention, it allows the U.S. to prosecute it's citizens back in the U.S. for crimes committed in foreign countries. i.e. foreign sex trafficking crimes we often hear about in the news. All founded in International Law and Relations.

eAdvocate's Old Websites (On the Wayback Machine):
OoCities - Geocities Archive (Search for eAdvocate or Voicism or Sex Offender Issues, etc.
Charts; News & Noteworthy (Main Page); Legal Issues & Court Cases (Main Page); Everything About Michigan; Original Michigan ; Adam Walsh Act - WARNINGS PAGE
On RSOL Research. HIPAA old site. Beyond the Abuse: So Treatment Plan (2000-2002).
Educational Opportunities for Incarcerated:
Resources For Incarcerated Students
Elderly and Infirm;
Embargo Lists:
National w/links to any state lists
Expungement and Set Asides;
Financial Issues / Money Matters;
Food Stamps and Welfare: States that deny SOs
Getting People Involved;
Grammar and other writing mistakes:
Grammar Mistakes Yes I make them OFTEN...
"Hacker gets 6 years in prison for 'sextortion' scheme" This type of person does exist, note how he did what he did.
HIPAA Exceptions:
2003: HIPAA—Exceptions Providing Law Enforcement Officials and Social Service Providers Access to Protected Health Information
How to file a lawsuit;
Appellate Briefs

Using Pseudonyms

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure


Internet Identifiers:
Laws - Necessary Changes
Smart Phone Apps "Finding RSOs" need website contact to remove RSO when no longer required to register.

Local Residency Laws

Medications with Sexual Side Effects
Myths - Fact and Factoids;
Marriage and Cohabitation;
Mind Mapping Software
Five Reviews
View Your Mind
Nursing and Old Age type Facilities:
See Medications with sexual side effects
Parents PLus Loans
7 Tips to a Successful Prison Disciplinary Hearing Outcome
RSOL: Prison Outreach
Fed Cure
How to Write to Prison Inmates Via the Internet
www.Corrlinks.com – Corrlinks prison inmates email system
Professional Licenses:
What states have sex offender laws affecting Professional Licenses? We are seeking anyone who knows if their state has any such laws. We would like to list them so folks know about them, esp. for folks moving from state to state and do not want to lose those licenses...
Registry Issues:
1) No grievance procedures;
2) Classification (Old -v- New) w/respect to SORNA -v- B4 SORNA;
3) Changes in SORNA: Does that create ex post facto questions?
4) Registry Warning Messages and Laws:
Colorado: 16-22-112. Release of information - law enforcement agencies.

(1) The general assembly finds that persons convicted of offenses involving unlawful sexual behavior have a reduced expectation of privacy because of the public's interest in public safety. The general assembly further finds that the public must have access to information concerning persons convicted of offenses involving unlawful sexual behavior that is collected pursuant to this article to allow them to adequately protect themselves and their children from these persons. The general assembly declares, however, that, in making this information available to the public, as provided in this section and section 16-22-110 (6), it is not the general assembly's intent that the information be used to inflict retribution or additional punishment on any person convicted of unlawful sexual behavior or of another offense, the underlying factual basis of which involves unlawful sexual behavior.

MESSAGE: On State registry website (http://sor.state.co.us/) on the main page, under the Disclaimers, is -

Note: The following information is provided as an awareness tool so that you can adequately protect yourself and your children from these individuals. The use of the sex offender registry information to harass, endanger, intimidate, threaten or in any way seek retribution on an offender through illegal channels is prohibited. Any person who engages or participates in such acts may be charged criminally.
Recidivism Questions:
What states include "Failure to Register" convictions as sex crimes? Need answer because this will affect recidivism rates. (Colorado)
Registry Causes Harm;
Rental Costs Nationally
How Much Do You Pay for Rent?
Top Law Schools
..US Rankings Worldwide
NACDL Legal Resources
Restoration of Rights:
National Project (All States & Federal)
Sex Offender Management Boards:
New Mexico
Sex Stings (Internet):
Florida Entrapment and HERE
Tiny Homes:
I Quit My Job and Built a Tiny House so I Could Travel

Vigilantism - Revenge;
Voting Rights for Felons: Check your state
Writing Tidbits:
The 32 Words That Used Incorrectly Can Make You Look Bad

19 Words That Will Make People Like You More

For now, have a great day and a better tomorrow.
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