Monday, March 7, 2016

Fighting juvenile sex offender registration

Some states force children as young an nine and ten years old to register as sex offenders, sometimes for life. Some people have taken up the fight against the practice.

Read Sarah Stillman's in-depth report in The New Yorker about how parents, advocates, and registrants are fighting to roll back juvenile sex offender registration.

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