Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Whats Happening in The Sex Offender Community

Here is Whats Happening Today
August 2, 2011:
Please forward to everyone you know!

DEADLINE For States to Implement the Adam Walsh Act
July 27, 2011. Still only 14 of 50 have done so!
A Testament to Rejection of Federal Control!

Note: Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) Claims "Substantial Compliance"

"Window on Topics: Featuring Today"

Court Decisions: Sex Offender Cases

Manipulating Minds with Terms and Phrases
Significant Additions Have Been Made

RSOL National Conference:
10 Days Until Conference CLICK on picture for more information
See Schedule HERE
eAdvocate Tidbits
More States have been declared "Substantially Compliant" by the SMART Office even though they have not formally announced this to the public. It is hidden in their newsroom page. It appears they are going to announce something today the 28th.

SORNA's Approaching Deadlines by Dr. Levenson a Guest Blogger at SAJRT


Ohio Supreme Court Declares Adam Walsh Acts Classification Scheme Punishment! 7-13-2011 Ohio:

The Ohio Supreme Court, in a 5-2 decision, declared the classification and registration scheme in Senate Bill 10, Ohio’s Adam Walsh Act, to be punishment. It is therefore unconstitutional to apply it retroactively. The case is State v. Williams, and it is available online here:


Hats off to those folks who have been fighting this cause in Ohio.

For now have a GREAT day and a BETTER tomorrow.
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