Sex Offender Laws & Treatment

Issues with the Sex Offender Registry

Constitutional Rights Attorney Kyle Mothershead is our guest.  NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Local constitutional rights attorney Kyle Mothershead joins Levi Ismail on OpenLine to advocate for people who struggle with still being registered as a sex offender - even years after conviction.


MO: Louisiana Bill SB371 to allow judges to sentence child sex offender with surgical castration advances

A bill SB371 to give judges the discretion to punish individuals who sexually assault a child with surgical castration advances from Senate Judiciary C. Baton Rouge Senator Regina Barrow’s bill allows for the sentencing of surgical castration if the victim is under the age of 13.

NH: Former teacher pleads guilty to sexually assaulting an adult student in 2021 NH: Former teacher pleads guilty to sexually assaulting an adult student in 2021

A new law where the victim’s age not a factor]

BRENTWOOD, N.H. —A New Hampshire teacher of the year finalist pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexual assault charges involving a student at a school where she worked.

Former Sanborn Regional High School teacher Bridgette _____, 40, admitted sexually assaulting an 18-year-old student in April and May 2021.

The case involves a relatively new law in which the age of the victim isn’t a factor, even if the student is an adult. The law was intended to hold accountable those in power around school-age children.

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Filming your front porch without a warrant is now fair game for the feds

Law enforcement in Kansas recorded the front of a man’s home for 68 days straight, 15 hours a day, and obtained evidence to prove him guilty on 16 charges. The officers did not have a search warrant, using a camera on a pole positioned across the street to capture Bruce Hay’s home. A federal court ruled on Tuesday that it was fine for law enforcement to do so, in what’s potentially a major reduction in privacy law.

“Mr. Hay had no reasonable expectation of privacy in a view of the front of his house,” said the U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in its decision on U.S. vs Hay. “As video cameras proliferate throughout society, regrettably, the reasonable expectation of privacy from filming is diminished.”

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