SARASOTA, FL – Washington State’s privacy laws for level 1 sex offenders are established repeatedly in Washington courts. Washington’s laws are radically different than Florida where no differentiation is made between a low risk who are unlikely to reoffend and the most dangerous predatory rapist. Washington laws are designed low risk level 1 to high risk level 3.
Washington laws establish privacy for level 1 where the offender personal information is not available to the public. The laws are designed to support reintegration into society for employment, housing and social attendance; where “stigma-plus” is defined as a constitutional violations to 14th amendment.
Washington laws have been repeatedly attacked and upheld by courts. The ACLU describes Washington privacy litigation in http://www.aclu-wa.org/cases/level-1-offender-records
Florida laws by comparison do not respect privacy of adults or children, are designed to humiliate and punish by comparison. No consideration is made for employment or housing.
See also risk level recidivism research, Washington State Court Orders, children, youth and adult suicide at http://Whidbeynewstimes.Wordpress.com.
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