Hook up with a sex offender
Adrian was a junior at North Dakota State majoring in business management, when he travelled to Miami for spring break. They flirted and danced, then walked to the beach where they had sex.They spent about five days together, hanging out on and off and occasionally hooking up.Asked to return to Miami to answer some questions, Adrian took a bus back to Florida.He explained to the detective that everything was consensual, and that he’d assumed the girl must have been 18 or older since she was in the club.
As it turns out, the girl had used a fake ID to get into the club. Her mom filed a complaint when she found out what had happened.The Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexual Violent Offender Registration Program, enacted in 1994, provides a financial incentive for states to establish registration programs for persons who have been convicted of certain sex crimes.Megan’s Law, enacted in May 1996, amended the Wetterling Program legislation to give states broad discretion to determine to whom notification should be made about offenders, under what circumstances, and about which offenders.She wasn’t some serial rapist or violent pedophile, but rather a young woman who happened to hook up with the wrong guy on her birthday.And as we continued to work on the film, we consistently found others consigned to the margins of society and slapped with a “sex offender” label that didn’t quite seem to fit.