Hill, Karlie. Ray, Joanne. Registering sex offenders and publicizing information about them is predicated on the idea that sex crimes are committed by strangers.
Wilt, Melinda. Clark, Scott. Drug-and-alcohol free house with free laundry and other amenities; attendance at weekly Step meeting and Thursday night prayer meeting required; no curfew. Code Crim. Belt, Michael.
Fobbs, Eric. Bradshaw, Chance. Attendance at religious services and step meetings required; curfew enforced. Before each interview, Human Rights Watch informed each interviewee of the purpose of the investigation and the kinds of issues that would be covered, and asked whether they wanted to participate.
Dyer, Justin. Howard, Wanda. Worden, Donald. The few children that are placed on the registry have their information disclosed only to law enforcement, and youth offenders are removed once they reach the age of These cases, known as statutory rape cases, have received a great deal of press attention and have in some cases led states to reform their laws so that children convicted of statutory rape are not required to register.