An online overview discussing one tangent of criminal law refers to "the other end of the victim spectrum," which is a telling comment that we pick up on and address with a bit of detail in today's blog post.
Those convicted of a sex offense and living under the watchful eye of authorities via the Sex Offender Registry know all too well the repercussions that stem from being on this list. The social stigma and hurdles involved with procuring a job and housing are commonplace.
The law mandates that the names of all persons convicted of certain sex crimes will be placed on the sex offender registry.
The word "egalitarian" just seems to logically arise with great frequency in drunk driving stories.
Ultimately, that above-posed question in our blog title for today's post must be defined as a limited and rhetorical query.
Have you heard of TARP?