Panel Examines Sex Crimes Laws, Registry

Washington Square News
by Lexi Faunce | April 7, 2015 

Experts presented arguments against the broad spectrum of classified sex offenders and the stigma attached to the variety of violators at a panel hosted by NYU Review of Law and Social Change on Monday.

According to the panel, strict sex offender registration laws have impacted the lives of over 800,000 American children and adults.

Since the 1990s, most states have passed laws outlining where sex offenders should live, who they are permitted to see and what jobs they could hold....

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