Judge Won't Block Passport Marker Law Involving Sex Crimes

Associated Press via ABC News | Apr. 13, 2016 1:48 PM ET

Janice Bellucci, the attorney challenging the law, said she wasn't sure yet whether she would appeal Hamilton's ruling on Bellucci's request for a preliminary injunction.

Suggestions for the upcoming audit of the Sex Offender Treatment Program

The sex offender treatment program in the Concord men’s prison received a scathing performance audit in 2012, and it badly needs one now.

International Megan’s Law Injunction – No decision yet

 — We just heard from those in the courtroom that today’s hearing for an injunction temporarily preventing the implementation of the International Megan’s Law (IML) is complete. Janice did a stellar job.

A ‘Scarlet Letter’ or an Insurance against Child Sex Tourism?

A new federal law requiring the State Department to mark the passports of certain convicted sex offenders is expected to face its first test in federal court on Wednesday.

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