‘Apostrophe laws’ named for kid victims on the wane

When Amanda Moore concluded that her daughter’s killer was a drug addict wrongly paroled and wrongly allowed to remain free, she did like many parents before her: she proposed legislation to spare others the same fate. She named

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The Wrongfully Convicted Sex Offender

(Editorial Note:  In no way do I want to minimize the issue of violence against women or children.  Rape is clearly a crime of violence, and must be dealt with appropriately.  Pedophile predation is abhorrant, and must also be dealt

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What NOT TO SAY TO POLICE

What NOT TO SAY TO POLICE By Norm Pattis (blog 4/20/10) I’m a battle-hardened criminal defense lawyer, so it always surprises me how weak in the knees I get when a policeman pulls me over. The urge to

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I Have A Dream

By Janice Bellucci Sorry for the all caps, but this is how it was typed and we do not have time to go through and fix everything. I AM HAPPY TO JOIN YOU TONIGHT IN AN EVENING OF CONSEQUENCE.

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Vicki and Larry at National Conference of State Legislatures

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Feel like committing a Hate Crime?

Feel like committing a Hate Crime? It’s open season. According to easily accessible White Supremacist web sites, all that is necessary is to pick a name from the National Sex Offender Registry and have at it. There are

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New Documentary ‘Untouchable’ Is Tribeca Film Fest Standout

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 David Feige’s startling new documentary “Untouchable,” a Tribeca Film Festival award winner. I must

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