Sex Offender Laws & Treatment

State Supreme Court rules in favor of sex offender who wants off public registry list

The Manchester Union Leader reported that,  Last week, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled in favor of “John Doe” — an anonymous sex offender — and will allow him to petition for his removal from the public sex offender registry list.

NH Supreme Court Finds Sex Offender Registry Violates Constitutional Rights

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The New Hampshire Supreme Court has just found the State’s sex offender registry unconstitutional. The Court decided the list is an ex post facto violation. An ex post facto law is any law that increases the punishment for crimes committed before its enactment.

In A Victory For Fundamental Fairness, The NH Supreme Court Rules That Retroactive, Lifetime Registration Requirement Is Unconstitutional As Applied To ACLU Client

February 12, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BY THE ACLU-NH

CONCORD – In a victory for fundamental fairness, the New Hampshire Supreme Court held today that New Hampshire’s law requiring the registration of certain criminal offenders is unconstitutional as applied to an ACLU client because the law retroactively imposes lifetime restrictions

Registry fee as it exists is a serious violation of New Hampshire citizens’ property rights.

CCJR believes the registry fee as it exists is a serious violation of New Hampshire citizens’ property rights. Donate toward a Federal law suit

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