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Sarasota deputies violated best practices and ethical standards for sting operations.
The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation doesn't shed much light on the Supreme Court justice or the allegations against him.
A police procedural about rape cases that focuses on details without getting tedious
Hulu's Untouchable is a relentless accounting of the mogul's sexual misdeeds.
The operation is still arresting sex workers and calling it a rescue mission.
The claim that 100,000 to 300,000 underage people were being sex trafficked in the United States was used in effort to destroy Backpage.com's founders.
An original movie about sexual trauma doesn't take the easy route.
For the second year in a row, federal prosecutions for sex trafficking of children have dropped.
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The bill also targets strip clubs
Adam Lowther, a Navy veteran and nuclear deterrence expert, lost his job and spent $300,000 fighting the allegations.
Human Rights Watch and other groups say these systems draw serious concerns.
'Sex Offenders Are Not Second-Class Citizens,' Says Judge While Nixing Alabama Rules on First Amendment Grounds
The decision rejects driver's licenses labeled "CRIMINAL SEX OFFENDER" and a broad demand for reports on internet use.
Rather than investigating claims against a pediatrician, he was shuffled around. Sound familiar?
Vanessa Tyson Details Sexual Assault Accusation Against Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, Who Denies It
"I cannot agree with a description of events that I know is not true."
The Number of Men in Federal Prison for Viewing or Sharing Child Pornography Has Nearly Septupled Since 2004
Most are serving mandatory minimums, usually for crimes that did not involve assault or sexual abuse.
It's been dubbed "NYC's Anti-Airdrop Dick Pic Law," but the bill is much broader than that.
The 'Frightening and High' Factoid About Sex Offender Recidivism Still Stalks Courts Across the Land, Completely Untethered From Actual Numbers
Justice Anthony Kennedy's bogus 2002 claim figures prominently in defenses of an Arizona bail ban.
My co-authored amicus brief urges the Supreme Court to review the issue of whether Arizona can deny bail to accused sex offenders where "proof" of sexual assault "is evident or the presumption great."
Federal Judge Advocates Jury Nullification After Being Shocked by Overzealous Child Pornography Prosecution
It just makes sense to let jurors know about their already established power to exercise discretion over bad laws and ill-considered prosecutions.
Victims worried their cases were not being handled correctly. An investigation proved them correct.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Want to Lift the Statute of Limitations Amid the Catholic Priest Sex Abuse Report
The bill was passed unanimously by the state Senate, but has remained in the House since February 2017.
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The House Criminal Justice Committee just voted unanimously in favor of a bill to ban sexting by anyone under age 19.
The court relies on a debunked recidivism estimate to justify tagging and surveillance of sex offenders.
New amendments to rules default to placing prisoners on the basis of their "biological sex."
An interesting question, which some other courts have answered otherwise.
New York's highest court says accusations can be considered for registration purposes even when the defendant was acquitted.