This News Round-up is our very first, so we’ve taken the liberty of going back roughly 60 days. Future News Round-ups will cover the previous week’s most engaging articles and events. To see all of the News Round-ups in one place, just click on the category “News – Weekly Update” on this website’s right-side category menu. – – Editor
April 4, 2018 Reason: SO Father Not Allowed to Visit His Own Severely Ill Child in Hospital
April 4, 2018 OK News 4: Attorneys General of Several States Fighting 2017 Ruling That CO Registry is Unconstitutional
April 8, 2018 Coeur d’Alene Press: Man Takes Plea, But Case is Thrown Out. He’s Forced to Register Anyway
April 17, 2018 NARSOL: SCOTUS Says”Crime of Violence” Definition Unconstitutionally Vague
April 19, 2018 Washington Times: SO Registries Under Attack for Violating Constituitional Rights
April 30, 2018 Reason: Man Acquitted of Sex Charges But Still Must Register for Life
May 5, 2018 Denver Post: Colorado Polygrapher Barred From Serving on SO Management Board
May 7, 2018 Fox News: Florida Man Attempts to “Barbeque” Sex Offenders at Motel
May 8, 2018 NBC: Unintended Consequences – Sex Offenders in Motels
May 14, 2018 Time Cover Story: Can Bad Men Change? Inside Sex Offender Therapy
May 14, 2018 CBS/KFVS: Why Are Missouri’s RSOs Moving Out of State?
May 18, 2018 NARSOL: Mugshots.com Operators Charged With Extortion
May 21, 2018 CT Mirror: Sex Offender Registy – More Harm than Good?
May 24, 2018 CATO Institute: Convicted of Violating a Law That Doesn’t Exist
May 25, 2018 The Day: Retool the Sex Offender Registry to Reflect Real Risks
May 28, 2018 Subjective Belief: What if the SO Registry Ended Tomorrow?
May 30, 2018 NARSOL.org: Locked Up for What You Might Do
May 31, 2018 Reason.com: MSU Athelete Cleared of Rape Charges, Gets Expelled Anyway
May 31, 2018 Courthouse News: SO With Undisclosed Facebook Account Wins Appeal
May 31, 2018 NARSOL: NJ Supreme Court Says Some of Megan’s Law Unconstitutional