Vital Records clerk Jennifer Ferguson (left) assists them.
Photo by Christian Gooden, [email protected] Burnett (right) and Robyne O'Mara of Godfrey gush at their marriage license they received from the Madison County clerk's office in Edwardsville on Monday, June 2, 2014. Photo by Christian Gooden, [email protected] Burnett (right), of Godfrey, signs forms for a marriage license as her partner, Robyne O'Mara, looks on at the Madison County clerk's office on Monday, June 2, 2014. Photo by Christian Gooden, [email protected] (right) and Donna Bland of Alton take an oath as they convert their civil union certificate to a marriage license at the Madison County clerk's office in Edwardsville on Monday, June 2, 2014.
Currently, most sex offenders in Illinois are required to register for 10 years.
□ Use a new, lubricated condom every time you have vaginal or anal sex.Sex offenders who don’t register or don’t update their address or other information would then have to register for life.It would also require offenders to register while traveling The bill is intended to bring Illinois into compliance with the federal Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006. William Haine, D-Alton, sponsors the bill and has pushed similar bills in previous legislative sessions.Sexually Dangerous People are required to register every 90 days for natural life.
"Sexually violent person" means a person who has been convicted of a sexually violent offense, has been adjudicated delinquent for a sexually violent offense, or has been found not guilty of a sexually violent offense by reason of insanity and who is dangerous because he or she suffers from a mental disorder that makes it substantially probable that the person will engage in acts of sexual violence.A phone call seeking comment from Haine was not returned.