Legal Issues Surrounding
Legal Issues Surrounding Sexual and Domestic Violence
Just click the link below and Put In an Address anywhere in United States and see the Criminals Living and Working around you.The Website was started by John Walsh of "America's Most Wanted".
Locating Sex Offenders in your Community
This is a list of the Kansas laws defining and prohibiting sexual and domestic violence.
Registered Sex Offenders
In 1996, President Clinton signed Meganís Law into legislation. This law requires registration and community notification of sex offenders. To do a search of sex offenders click on Registered Sex Offenders.
Kansas Victimís Bill of Rights (K.S.A. 74-7333)
In 1992 Kansas ratified an amendment for victimís rights. The amendment ensures the fair and compassionate treatment of victims of crime and seeks to increase the effectiveness of the criminal justice system by affording victims of crime certain basic rights and consideration.
A survivorís guide to filing a civil lawsuit
Presented by the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs,Section 1 presents the advantages and disadvantages of suing your perpetrator in civil court. Section 2 outlines the personal, financial, and legal factors that influence your decision. Section 3 gives advice on choosing a lawyer. Section 4 describes each step of a civil lawsuit.
Who should I call for advice?
A list of local and national resources for victims.
A brief history of Americaís sexual and domestic violence laws
This is a brief timeline of American legislative change in the area of sexual and domestic violence. If you are aware of any other important dates that are left out, please contact Mary at.
I Fight Like A
I fight like a girl who
refuses to be a victim.
YOU ONLY HAVE AS MUCH POWER
I fight like a girl who will never allow you
So next time you think you can
I FIGHT LIKE A GIRL.
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