If you're a municipal leader you want to tell your citizens 'we don't the sex offender registry, and found there is not a single sex offender living.
please read this amazing letter to the editor that ran in the Eastern Arizona Courier the other day. So glad it was forwarded to me. Voila....
Dont want your offender registry -- triSo, when I said it is unrealistic to expect young people to wait, well, data shows that it IS unrealistic. I also witnessed how even though on the registry, they were able to overcome the downfalls by proving themselves to one person at a time. Regardless of offense, time served, time passed since offense, you are given a LIFE SENTENCE. And any opponent running against the incumbant prosecutor will bring this up every chance he or she gets and will manipulate the facts to suit his or her chances of of being elected. If the judge really thought that person was a threat to society, he would have sentenced him or her to prison, in some cases life without parole. Typically, an individual who has been convicted of specified sex offenses and offenses against children must register at the law enforcement agency in the city or town where he lives immediately after being released into the community.
Dont want your offender registry - - journey
He struggles for an hour to figure out how it works. Poarch Band of Creek Indians. There are some who are inherently predatory or violent, and they should be more tightly restricted than those who are not. They make teenagers fearful of sex, of their own bodies, of their feelings. Yes, young women not of age can be manipulative in relationships. He will never change. Statutory rape is a horrible thing.