Lawsuit moves forward in twice-delayed hearing on Motion to Dismiss

By ROBIN . . . At a hearing in federal court (Middle District, NC) on Monday, April 16, 2018, NARSOL, NCRSOL, and two John Doe plaintiffs were represented by Attorney

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Federal judiciary finally sees light: Restrictions are punishment

By DAVID POST . . . I wanted to add a few words to co-blogger Jonathan Adler’s posting about the recent 6th Circuit decision in Doe v. Snyder, in which

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U. of Mich. law professor believes registries increase danger

Listen to University of Michigan law professor J.J. Prescott’s recent Stateside interview with Lester Graham. Professor Prescott’s research was utilized by the Sixth Circuit in its recent decision holding the

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Sixth Circuit rejects Michigan residency & premises restrictions

By Jonathan H. Adler . . . Today the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit held that recent amendments to Michigan’s Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA) are unconstitutional because

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