Saturday, April 23, 2011

UK - Supreme Court ruled sex offender registry violated privacy rights

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On April 21, 2010, the UK Supreme Court ruled (PDF) that the sex offender registry requirement violated the right to privacy. The case involved an appeal filed by two convicted sex offenders who challenged the notification requirement of Section 82 of the 2003 Sexual Offences Act, which mandated indefinite notification for any individual sentenced to 30 or more months in prison for a sex offense. The trial court had ruled that Section 82 of the Act was incompatible with privacy rights guaranteed by Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

24hr TAALK-A-THON to End Child Sexual Abuse


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To kick-off this unique show, TAALK is hosting a 24hr TAALK-A-THON on April 29th, beginning at 8:00am (pdt). TAALK has gathered more than 60 of the world’s top experts and leaders in the child sexual abuse arena. “Child sexual abuse is predictable, preventable, and everyone plays a part in the solution."

"Experts estimate there are 39 million survivors of child sexual abuse in America alone and we believe it’s time to talk about it.” says founder and host Diane Cranley.

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AL - Proposed law would tighten sex offender requirements

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By Lisa Rogers

Alabama already has some of the toughest laws in the United States for convicted sex offenders, but Rep. Blaine Galliher, R-Rainbow City, has introduced legislation to make them even tighter.

The bill is out of committee in the House and Senate and could come up for a vote during this session.

It brings the state into compliance with federal laws and strengthens the current law and closes some loopholes,” Galliher said.

Current sex offender laws are addressed in three or four sections of the state law's code books, but this bill places it all in one section.

It makes it easier to read and comprehend,” Galliher said.

The law would prohibit an adult sex offender from living within 2,000 feet of the victim, rather than 1,000 feet, Galliher said.

It also adds a restriction prohibiting a sex offender from working within 2,000 feet of a school or child care facility.

It requires juveniles who commit violent offenses to follow the same guidelines as adult sex offenders and prohibits the youthful offender laws from being a factor in those cases.

Sex offenders also would be required to verify registration every three months instead of six months.

Anyone who is homeless now will be required to check in with law enforcement every week.

The new law also makes it a requirement for all convicted sex offenders, regardless of when the offense or conviction occurred, to register for the rest of their lives.
- Which is a direct violation of this mans oath of office to defend the constitution, not circumvent it, and the ex post facto clause of the constitution.


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