Ruling That Dismissed Substantive Due Process Challenge to Sex Offender Registration and Notification Law Not Disturbed

Doe v. Tandeske, 361 F.3d 594 (9th Cir. 2004), cert. denied, 125 S. Ct. 56 (2004)

Every state requires that various convicted sex offenders register with a state entity, typically a law enforcement agency, upon the completion of their prison term. This information is generally made available to the community by some means, which in many states, including Virginia, involves posting the information on an Internet website...

Found in DMHL Volume 24 Issue 1