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Tag Archives: sex offenders
The Sex Offender Bus
Last week the Guv issued a proposal to fix NYC’s crummy public transport by banning Level 3 sex offenders from using it. This is apparently aimed at guys on crowded subways who can’t keep their hands and other appendages to themselves. Well, … Continue reading
Posted in Law & Parody, Satirical cartoons, SORA Tagged Governor Cuomo, sex offenders 3 Comments
“The War on Sex”
As anyone knows who litigates SORA hearings, reason and a dime will get you a cup of coffee. The “research,” endorsed by the Supreme Court, showing that sex offenders have a “frighteningly high” rate of recidivism comes from a … Continue reading
Posted in Civil Liberties, Law, SORA Tagged Rumpole of the Bailey, sex offenders 2 Comments
The Court of Appeals gets righteous
The Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA), like the Emperor’s New Clothes, is nonsense perpetrated in the name of superior wisdom. It creates a permanent underclass of “sex offenders,” defined as anyone convicted of an offense from a list that includes … Continue reading
Posted in Civil Liberties, Satirical cartoons, SORA Tagged Child pornography, NY Court of Appeals, People v. Gillotti, sex offenders, SORA 3 Comments
Sexperts in court: Part 2
Criminal defense is nerve-racking enough, what with having to prove your client’s innocence beyond a shadow of a doubt. Even worse if your client is a “sex offender” where you have to prove he’s innocent of crimes that haven’t happened yet. Of course people aren’t punished for … Continue reading
Posted in Civil Liberties, Law & Parody, SORA Tagged Experts, sex offenders Leave a comment
The nanny subway
The average New Yorker spends 2.7 to 3.8 hours a day on the subway. We just made those figures up, but they sound right. According to the same unimpeachable source, 92.3% of subway riders use that time for reading, I-poding, … Continue reading
Posted in Law & Parody Tagged MTA, New York subway, sex offenders, straphangers Leave a comment