Court Upholds N.J. Posting Sex Offender Addresses

Print More New Jersey may post the home addresses of sex offenders on a Web site, a federal appeals court in Philadelphia ruled, according to the Newark Star-Ledger. The decision upholds New Jersey’s 18-month-old Megan’s Law online registry. Rejecting a claim that the site violates sex offenders’ privacy rights, court overturned a lower-court ban on posting
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