American Law Institute Adopts Revisions to Model Penal Code That Include Major Changes to Sex Offender Registries

American Law Institute Adopts Revisions to Model Penal Code That Include Major Changes to Sex Offender Registries
Posted: June 16, 2021 By Professor Ira Ellman On June 8, 2021 the membership of the American Law Institute gave its final approval to a revision of the Model Penal Code’s chapter on Sexual Assault and Related Offenses. The American Law Institute, established in 1923, is the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize, and otherwi...
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A Conversation with Judith Levine February 5, 2021 @ 11:10am EST via Zoom Event sponsored by the Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice at St. Francis College Sign-Up Here (Required) Join Judith Levine and Emily Horowitz for a conversation about Judith’s new book THE FEMINIST AND THE SEX OFFENDER (Verso, 2020). The Feminist and the Sex Offender, co-authored by Judith Levine & Erica...
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COMMONWEALTH vs. FRANCIS X. HARDING, JR.

COMMONWEALTH vs. FRANCIS X. HARDING, JR.
The defendant raises two issues on appeal. The first is whether he was required, as a self-employed homeimprovement contractor, to identify the temporary work sites where he performed his work as his "work address" under the SORB registration statute, G. L. c. 6, § 178E. The second is whether the defendant's condition of probation -- that he was "not to 6 work, volunteer, [or] reside with children...
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