Sex Offender, No Sex Crime? It’s OK In Minnesota

Print More A Minnesota law requiring people to register as a sex offender even though they have not been convicted of a sex crime was upheld yesterday by a federal appeals court. However, Judge C. Arlen Beam said that the law and state courts’ interpretation of it of “turn reason and fairness on its head.” Brian
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