Internet Sites Can Include Home Addresses of Sex Offenders

A.A. v. State, 341 F.3d 206 (3d Cir. 2003); 72(8) U.S. Law Week 1120-21 (Sept. 9, 2003)

The Third Circuit ruled a sex offender's constitutional privacy rights were not violated by an amendment to New Jersey's Megan's Law that makes convicted sex offenders' home addresses available to the public on the Internet.  Prior to the amendment, home addresses were only available to residents of the counties where the offenders lived...

Found in DMHL Volume 23 Issue 1