What can we expect?

Hello all.. I’ve been reading through your posts and first want to say I’m so terribly sorry for all of the things you’ve had to deal with. I never really thought of it until meeting my boyfriend who is now serving time in a military confinement for downloading a zip file that held child pornography. … [Read more…]

Social Media Problems

One of my worst fears being on the registry recently came true somewhat, but luckily it was not as bad as I expected it to be. I am in a state that does not criminalize us from being on social media, so I have a social media account on just about every platform. I specifically … [Read more…]

So you think you’ve had it bad?

The New York State civil commitment process under Article 10 is a long arduous road to begin with. I’ve had a pretty tough time. Others have had it far worse. But here’s my story. In March 2008, after serving almost 9 years of a 10 year bid, I was ready to go home. I’d received … [Read more…]

Entirely bogus laws

My older brother was convicted of something he didn’t do when I was 3 he was 17. Fast forward to 2011. I was 10 he was 24. He was finally free from parole, and I could hang out with him when I wanted. Everything was good. Now fast forward to 2015. I got taken away … [Read more…]

Keep fighting

I am a registered sex offender who has been on the registry since 2004.  The crime actually happened a couple years prior to my conviction but cause of some hesitation on the part of the law I wasn’t convicted until a while later.  Well to not explain my whole situation I was at a party … [Read more…]

The illegality of the “Pre-Polygraph Test Interview”.

I am a tier-one ‘Supervised Releasee” (not a “Defendant”, nor (in the present tense) an “Offender”).  A few months back my Parole Officer attempted to violate me for invoking my 5th, Amendment rights in not answering, as she called them, “Standard Masterbatory Questions” during a required Polygraph session. I hired a lawyer (for $2500. bucks) … [Read more…]