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August 2018 Archives

New sex offender registry offers hope, not just harsh outcomes

Current Missouri law potentially provides for the outcome that both a rapist and a person charged with public urination while intoxicated be placed on the state’s Sex Offender Registry for life. The registry does not distinguish between such persons regarding the law’s onerous reporting requirements. Both of them have the same duty to visit a police station four times annually.

6 tips if your child gets arrested

You get that call in the middle of the night. Your child got arrested. You just lie in bed with your phone after the call ends, staring at the ceiling and wondering what to do next. This is not something you ever planned for.

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