Sex offenders are some of the most hated and feared members of our society. This revulsion towards sex offenders is because they are considered more likely than other criminals to offend again. Accordingly, the public seeks to strengthen legislation that imposes harsher penalties upon them. While such proposed legislation is often used by politicians to garner popular support, the real impetus for change in sex offender legislation usually comes about after the commission of a few serious, high-profile sex crimes.Read the full Note here.
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- The Perpetual Problem with Semantics: Reconciling Inconsistencies Amid Payton, Steagald, the Fourth Amendment, and Invasive Technologies
- Police Misconduct: Ineffective Police Department Complaint-Review Procedures and the Proposition of Corrective Federal Oversight