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August 4, 2009

Lots of interesting sex offender residency news and notes

I happened to notice a lot of different and interesting local press stories about sex offender residency restrictions this afternoon.  Here is a sample:

  • From the Miami Herald here, "GOP's McCollum calls Florida sex offender limits too harsh"

  • From Florida Today here, "Florida sex offender's real estate empire capitalizes on buffer zones"

  • From Foster's Daily Democrat here, "Judge rejects Dover's sex-offender ordiance"

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I am not a professor, student (except of Life), prosector or defense attorney. I am a mother, and my son made a reckless, irresponsbible choice at the age of 18 to have consensual sex with minor.

When I am not working in my business (private physical therapy clinic), or spending time with grandkids, other family members and friends, I spend quite a bit of time tracking current and potentially hopeful / helpful articles about sex offender laws. The collateral damage to families is horrendous. The laws must be changed. Someone, somewhere, must put the spotlight on change. THAT is why I am reading your blog: to track helpful info regarding the insanity of the laws as they stand right now, and who is attempting to use common sense.

Posted by: Pamme Serafine | Oct 1, 2009 8:53:58 AM

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In the body of your email, please indicate if you are a professor, student, prosecutor, defense attorney, etc. so I can gain a sense of who is reading my blog. Thank you, DAB