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