Mayor to round up sex offenders for Halloween CNN A federal judge has ruled in favor of the three sex offenders who sued a Georgia sheriff after his deputies put signs in the men's yards last year warning trick-or-treaters not to visit on Halloween. The three men sued on behalf of all registered sex offenders in Butts County after finding out the sheriff's office was planning on putting the same signs this year, according to the ruling. It does," the ruling says. Georgia displays all registered sex offenders' names, photos and addresses in a public online directory. But the statute "does not require or authorize sheriffs to post signs in front of sex offenders' homes," the ruling states. Judge Marc Treadwell granted a preliminary injunction for the plaintiffs and ruled that sheriff Long and his employees can't place the signs during this year's Halloween season on the three men's yards but didn't broaden the injunction to all sex offenders in the county.
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This competition is now closed August 13, at am This image, dated c, depicts officers receiving and weighing coins from taxpayers at the exchequer in Westminster, London. As today, medieval people were concerned about money and status. In the cities, people had all kinds of jobs: merchants, salesmen, carpenters, butchers, weavers, foodsellers, architects, painters, jugglers. Many peasants were free men — and women — and owned their own land. This illustration from the codex of the Cantigas de Santa Maria, c, depicts two minstrels.