all funds raised will be put toward covering legal fees. the purpose of this action is to declare "proactive investigation" unconstitutional, and a civil rights violation.
The United States is the only country with a registry that is publicly accessible; all other countries in the English-speaking world have sex offender registries only accessible by law enforcement.
If a defendant is punished beyond the sentence prescribed by law (that is, if collateral consequences do occur), the punishment is then more severe than that intended or warranted. In the worst case, this might violate protections under the United States Constitution, including the Eighth Amendment, which forbids "cruel and unusual punishments". So if your maximum sentence was for example 15 years, why is there a lifetime of registry in Florida?
Teaching children about the dangers of the internet was a requirement of the money given from DOJ to ICAC, ICAC/as we now know the attorney generals office. neither the DOJ, ICAC, or the attorney generals office have ever created content, or spent any money in this regard, and as such they are in violation of their contract with the DOJ. they get a half a million in tax dollars to teach children about the dangers of the internet.......each quarter. In addition to this, their website shows they are available to schools, for a "donation"....so you want to charge teachers and schools for what the DOJ pays you to do?
"proactive investigation" is a controversial scope of work conducted by ICAC. it lacks a legal definition, and is a contradiction in terms, according to Blacks Law Dictionary. It also lacks statutory definition. in practice, it has been used to do warrant-less or carte blanche warranted sting operations, and this term is used to avoid prosecution for entrapment by ICAC. This in practice does violate the 4th and 14th amendment rights of any American arrested/convicted under SORNA/AWA. This is the exact subject of this class action suit. All funds raised will go toward the legal retainer, a legal team has already been contacted, and does agree this is very actionable.
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