Megan's Law Violates Right to PrivacyThe writer of this opinion article opposes Megan's Law, a bill that requires convicted sex offenders to notify local authorities of their residence and criminal history upon release from prison. Although the Supreme Court ruled this law constitutional, this writer maintains that the law's requirement that convicted offenders release private information is an ex post facto punishment, and is thereby unconstitutional.
|Tags||national media, race, student publications|
|Date Added||June 28, 2016|
|Date Modifed||July 20, 2016|
|Collection||Cavalier Daily: articles about sexual violence|
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