S18A1211. PARK v. THE STATE. MELTON, Chief Justice

S18A1211. PARK v. THE STATE. MELTON, Chief Justice. We granted an interlocutory appeal in this case to address Joseph Park’s facial challenge to the constitutionality of OCGA § 42-1-14, which requires, among other things, that a person who is classified as a sexually dangerous predator – but who is no longer in State custody or [ » ]


Jill Levenson, a clinical social worker and associate professor at Barry University in Florida

Jill S. Levenson is an American social worker and professor of social work at Barry University, known for her research into “the way society monitors and treats sexual criminals.”[1] She has been a co-investigator or consultant on five grants funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, researching the impact and effectiveness of social policies and [ » ]


Would you like an ankle bracelet with that?

The Georgia Supreme Court is considering the constitutionality of a law that requires some on the sex offense registry to wear electronic monitors—for life.  The ‘ankle monitors’ record and transmit physical location information in real time to the government or its agents.  Oral arguments in the case are not yet available online but The Atlanta [ » ]


Challenge to International Megan’s Law – the next step in pushing back on H.R. 515

Dear , You are receiving this message for two reasons; to share information on the next step in pushing back on H.R. 515 and share a Ted Talk You Tube video with Galen Baughman recently released which will no-doubt escalate our issue to a new level.  Please share the video with your legislators and [ » ]



ALERT: New Jersey’s Rep Smith and International Megan’s Law, Another Violation Here is what we know about International Megan’s Law (IML) right now, it has been amended in the U.S. Senate and returned to the U.S. House for their approval before final voting on the bill. We also know there is going to be a second session of [ » ]