Court: Sex offenders must register upon Md. residency

Court of Special Appeals rejects ex post facto argument

Convicted and registered sex offenders who move to Maryland must register on the state’s sex-offender registry even if they committed their offenses before Maryland established its registry in 1995, the state’s second highest court has ruled. In a 3-0 decision, the Court of Special Appeals said Maryland’s after-the-fact registry requirement does not violate the Constitution’s prohibition ...

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