High Court Won’t Review MN Sex Offender Program

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The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday that it won’t hear a challenge to Minnesota’s sex offender civil commitment system, which allows people who have been deemed sexually dangerous to be committed indefinitely to a treatment facility, the Associated Press reports. Attorneys for 700 residents committed as “sexually dangerous” or a “sexual psychopathic personality” argued that the program was unconstitutional . . .

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