Film about sex offenders wins best new documentary director award at Tribeca

By JONATHAN LEAF . . . Why would a law mandate that ex-convicts be homeless and virtually unemployable? And what sort of government imposes such rules? That’s the question of

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NC Recidivism Report: sex offender recidivism lower than other offenders

By JAMIE MARKHAM  . . . The North Carolina Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission and the Division of Adult Correction recently released their Correctional Program Evaluation: Offenders Placed on Probation

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Federal court guts NC premises statute, permanently enjoins prosecutions

By ROBIN VANDERWALL . . . Frustrated by the state’s refusal to offer any facts supporting its “conjectural” and “anecdotal” evidence defending section a(2) of North Carolina’s premises statute (N.C.G.S.

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How a 1986 Psychology Today article continues to make fools of Supreme Court justices

By Joshua Vaughn . . . Licensed Professional Counselor Robert Longo has been vocally opposed to public registries for convicted sexual offenders for years. “I actually met with a group of people

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