23
Nov
09

Berks judge objects to new federal law requiring juvenile sex offenders’ names to be posted on Web

Juvenile sex offenders can be rehabilitated and become productive members of society, Berks County Senior Judge Arthur E. Grim said.

That’s why Grim vehemently opposes putting juvenile sex offenders’ names on a public Web site, as is required under the federal Adam Walsh’s Law. The law requires juveniles 14 and older who are found delinquent in sexual-assault crimes to register their addresses with state police.

Full Article via Holly Herman

Even more interesting….“Why we need one law for sex offenders” – a blog post by Holly Herman, a 15-year veteran reporter covering state and federal courts, will be there to share with you the legal wrangling, the human side of the men and women in robes, and the tragedies victims endure as they wait for justice.

Megan’s Law

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