Attorneys are investigating legal action against Watchtower, the parent corporation of the Jehovah's Witness congregation, for allegedly failing to prevent child sexual abuse. Victims are now seeking justice against the church for failing to protect children from known child sex offenders within the congregation. Church members were also told to report abuse to the church, rather than go to police. But, when victims reported abuse, nothing happened. Their abusers often remained in the congregation, going on to abuse even more children. In addition to not turning over child sex abusers to the police, church elders also kept victims silent with harsh policies for assault accusations.
Lawsuit filed over Tennessee law banning sex offenders from living with their own children
Lawsuit challenges TN ban on sex offenders living with their own children
A long-running class action over the constitutionally of Minnesota's civil commitment program for sex offenders has come to an end. He cited a decision by the 8th U. Circuit Court of Appeals, which overturned his earlier declaration that the program was unconstitutional because few people had ever been released from it. The U.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. A class-action lawsuit is under way after the way the state retroactively required people to stay on the registry for life was ruled unconstitutional. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.
There is absolutely no cost to you to submit this form. Doing so places you under no obligations and does not establish an attorney-client relationship. September 4 Oklahoma's Sex Offender Registration Act was amended on June 7, and barred sex offenders from living within 2, feet of any public or private school, playground, park or licensed child-care center.