DOJ Gives States More Leeway On Teen Sex Offenders

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New federal guidelines should make it easier for states to show they are registering juveniles convicted of certain sex offenses, the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange reports. The Department of Justice issued guidance that says states will have greater flexibility to show they are in compliance with the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA). SORNA, part of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and . . .

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