Monty

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  • Wyoming sex offender registry laws offers a chance to be relieved of an individuals duty to register.
    2016 WY Code Title 7, Criminal Procedure, chapter 19 – Criminal History Records, Article 3, Sex Offender […]

    • I live in Wyoming (but my case is from Ohio) so it would be interesting to see how that would play out. I am not very optimistic for the fact that I tried just getting my voting rights back and was turned down twice and told not to try again, and I fit all the qualifiers.

    • I filled out the application. I sent in all my documents from the State of Ohio courts. I was rejected two times. I believe it is just one person that decides wether or not you are getting your voting rights back. If the letter it literally states that it is a final decision. I grew up in this state. I have been back from Ohio for 5 years now. I’d like to know what else I have for options if I have not exhausted them all. Thanks.

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  • Monty posted a new activity comment 3 years, 4 months ago

    Hey river! How’s the German weather?

  • Monty posted a new activity comment 3 years, 4 months ago

    Did not know any of that! Where can I find all this info? Thank you for filling me in. I feel so sorry for those people on lifetime federal probation! Thanx again Sophie. I want all the info you can lead me to. I’m brand new to travel.

  • Monty posted a new activity comment 3 years, 4 months ago

    River was parole in Florida, and made it to Germany. I don’t know facts other than that. I’ve never travelled abroad before. I don’t know if they scan your passport, run it, or just look at it. So I can’t say for sure. All I know is river, and a few others were on parole and that’s far worse than probation, and made it. Is it worth the risk? Pro…[Read more]

    • It was a different time, now there is the 21 days notice and Angel Watch (will call them more Demon watch) that tell the country of destination to reject the registrant and do they best to prevent them to leave the country. River was lucky because he did not have that notice of 21 days. All registrants’ passport have a S.O stamp and a special chip…[Read more]

    • Did not know any of that! Where can I find all this info? Thank you for filling me in. I feel so sorry for those people on lifetime federal probation! Thanx again Sophie. I want all the info you can lead me to. I’m brand new to travel.

  • Monty posted a new activity comment 3 years, 4 months ago

    How is that? If whatever country you go believes the registry is a human rights violation, they should protect you from being extradited.

    • No! Because you will never pass the frontier of USA if you are on probation, the probation must be over before any traveling abroad, on they will send you back to prison I you try to go and will get your passport.

      • River was parole in Florida, and made it to Germany. I don’t know facts other than that. I’ve never travelled abroad before. I don’t know if they scan your passport, run it, or just look at it. So I can’t say for sure. All I know is river, and a few others were on parole and that’s far worse than probation, and made it. Is it worth the risk? Pro…[Read more]

        • It was a different time, now there is the 21 days notice and Angel Watch (will call them more Demon watch) that tell the country of destination to reject the registrant and do they best to prevent them to leave the country. River was lucky because he did not have that notice of 21 days. All registrants’ passport have a S.O stamp and a special chip…[Read more]

        • Did not know any of that! Where can I find all this info? Thank you for filling me in. I feel so sorry for those people on lifetime federal probation! Thanx again Sophie. I want all the info you can lead me to. I’m brand new to travel.