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The Colossal Book of Criminal Citations, 6th edition

  • 5000+ Supreme, Circuit, District and State court Citation references
  • 125+ Topics including: Appellate/Post-Conviction Briefs, Discovery and Disclosure, Federal Habeas Relief, Hearsay Evidence, Ineffective Assistance, Plea Agreements, Pro Se Representation, Sentencing, Warrants, Sex Offender Registration, Sex Offender Treatment and more
  • 500+ legal definitions
  • Sample Federal and State Jury instructions
  • Jury Selection Questions with Sample Written Questionnaire
  • State Innocence Project Addresses
  • District Court Addresses
  • Defense and Prosecution Trial Strategies Discussed
  • Voir Dire Questions
  • 5 x 11 Soft Cover

 

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Ryan Browning’s Story

When I was 17 I met a 14 year old girl at a mutual friends birthday party. We began talking and hanging out as friends then it wasn’t long before I’d asked her to be my girlfriend. We were dating for about 4 months before I turned 18 and I know that that’s not very long at all but within those 4 months I was convinced that I was in love with this girl.

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Internal Exile in Florida

This video is about Miami-Dade County in Florida, but residential restrictions exist in Arizona as well.

Internal Exile

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June 21st FEARLESS Meeting Minutes

Paul Goss and Jerry Eitniear from the Department of Corrections were the speakers at our Fearless meeting, they both work in the Sex Offender Coordination Unit and help inmates for their pre-release from prison.  In their presentation, they discussed how they determine levels before an inmate is finished with their sentence, 

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NARSOL supports man who won rare constitutional challenge

(from the NARSOL website; the article refers to AZRSOL’s own Stephen May’s case):

By Larry Neely . . . The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) has filed an amicus curiae brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in support of Stephen Edward May,

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Should the Registry be abolished?

Should the sex offender registry be abolished? Watch a live Oxford style debate with sociologist Emily Horowitz, author of “Protecting Our Kids?: How Sex Offender Laws Are Failing Us,” and Marci Hamilton from the University of Pennsylvania.

Reason Magazine – Should the sex offender registry be abolished?…

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Arizona Sex Offender Screening Profile Assessment

This is the screening tool the local police are supposed to use to determine your level.  If you have questions about your level, please contact your local police and schedule an appointment.

 

AZ Sex Offender Assessment Screening Profile

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Pat and Jan testifying before the AZ House Judiciary and Public Safety Committee

They did a great job of explaining the harshness of the registry.  AZRSOL supports HB 2309 and applauds the committee for its unanimous passing. We encourage you to tell your legislators to vote ‘yes’  on this bill.

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Arizona could face fines over failures in prison health care

From the Associated Press:

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona could face up to $650,000 in fines for failing to improve health care for prison inmates.

Lawyers for the state filed court papers Monday listing more than 650 instances during December in which it was unable to comply with terms of a lawsuit settled more than three years ago.

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Opening Day of Arizona Legislature

Patricia, Terry, Jenny, Maya, Stephen and Shari represented AZRSOL on the lawn of the capital on the opening day of the 2018 session of the Arizona State Legislature.  Our  purpose was to make the public and the legislature aware of AZRSOL and to educate them on Facts not Fear.

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