Civil procedure — Sex offender registry — Conviction in other state
This civil action arises out of a dispute as to whether appellant, Scott Wallace, must register as a sex offender in Maryland under the Maryland sex offender registration act (“MSORA”). Appellant, a Maryland resident, was convicted in Virginia of Internet Solicitation of a Minor and was placed on probation in 2007 under the supervision of Maryland’s Division of Parole and Probation in Carroll County, Maryland.
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