MO High Court OK’s Holding Sex Offenders Indefinitely

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The Missouri Supreme Court ruled that a state law allowing two sex offenders to be committed indefinitely to mental institutions after prison is constitutional, the Associated Press reports. The judges ruled 6-0 yesterday that two men were constitutionally committed and reaffirmed the law. A public defender argued that their commitments were punitive, meant . . .

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