By ADAM LIPTAK . . . Last week at the Supreme Court, a lawyer made what seemed like an unremarkable point about registered sex offenders. “This court has recognized that
By ROBIN VANDERWALL . . . Among the more significant cases concerning registered citizens that have made their way to the United States Supreme Court, few have had as much
Associated Press . . . North Carolina’s second-highest court says authorities can’t force a sex-offender to wear a monitoring device for decades because evidence fails to show that tracking protects
Justice Breyer: You’re going to have everybody convicted . . . not being able . . . to discuss anything
By SANDY . . . “There are three principal features of North Carolina’s law that make it a stark abridgment of the Freedom of Speech.” These words, spoken by attorney
By SHELLY STOWE . . . I have just had a lesson in how far those who are opposed to our advocacy are willing to go to suppress the truth.
By ROBIN . . . The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) is on the road to Independence, Ohio (just South of Cleveland) for its tenth annual conference!
A CBC Editorial . . . It is becoming all too familiar. If it’s Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court will declare another North Carolina law unconstitutional. It’s no joke. This