Sex Offender Laws & Treatment

N.H. Supreme Court: Disabled sex offender eligible to get off sex offender registry

Today's Concord Monitor

The state Supreme Court ruled unanimously yesterday that an aging, disabled sex offender should be excused from the state’s registry if he can prove he no longer poses a threat.

Sex offender had only one place to live: a parking lot

This Florida man got his 14 year old girlfriend pregnant when he was 23. He did his time and was out on parole. Now he goes back to prison for 10 years because he was rendered homeless by residency restrictions

News on litigation and pending bills

News on litigation and pending bills - Our bill to add warning on sex offender website wins support

Bill to ease sex offender registry gets ambushed in committee

Our legislation to bring the state into better compliance with the federal sex offender public registry act met with strong opposition last week. The criticism came from the Department of Safety, a lobbyist for the Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, and from an irate Derry state rep and one of his constituents.  HB 262 would repeal one draconian line of our public registry law that is far more harsh than the feds require, replacing it with the federal language. 

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