Capital Defense Weekly reports that in Iran, two sisters accused of adultery will be stoned to death. The conviction is "based on video of the two women merely in the presence of men who were not their husbands or otherwise related to him."
Law enforcement officials in the Sacramento, California area have launched a program that sends out live e-mail alerts regarding sex offender's whereabouts.
California's Jessica's Law inadvertently contributed to a sex offender being released on parole last year. An appellate court ruled that a district court correctly dismissed prosecutor's attempt to have the man declared a sexually violent predator and commit him to a state mental hospital indefinitely because the man was in "unlawful custody" when the petition was filed.
Vigilantes in Evansville, Indiana set a man's property on fire and wrote "GET OUT PERV" on his garage door. However, they had the wrong address. Police say the fire and writings were likely intended for a man who lived nearby.
How Appealing reports that the Ninth Circuit has issued its ruling that a former police officer’s First Amendment rights were not violated when he was fired for running a sexually explicit Web site.