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Michigan’s Sex Offender Registration Act Ruled Unconstitutional
Michigan’s Sex Offender Registration Act Ruled Unconstitutional

Today, a federal judge issued a ruling invalidating portions of Michigan's Sex Offender Registry Act that are unconstitutional. Also known as SORA, the act includes passages that are in parts very vague and in others directly violate the First Amendment. As we wrote earlier ...

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  • Reforming Michigan’s Unconstitutional Sex Offender Registration Act

    With nearly 44,000 registrants, Michigan has one of the largest sex offender registries in the country. Each year, the state adds almost 2,000 people ...

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  • Sex Offender Registrants Can’t Live Where They Want

    A sex offense conviction could have severe consequences on a person’s life. Aside from incarceration and fines, they might also be required to submit ...

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  • How Sex Offender Registration Affects Everyday Life

    As with many other offenses, being found guilty of a sex crime could result in imprisonment and fines. However, unlike others, after a convicted sex ...

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  • U.S. District Court Orders Michigan Sex Offender Registry Act Update

    In 2016, Michigan’s Sex Offender Registry Act was deemed unconstitutional due to extremely harsh penalties that were too broadly used against ...

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