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Justices decline Frosh’s bid to place sex trafficker on registry

The U.S. Supreme Court has let stand without comment a Maryland high court decision that being placed on the sex offender registry is “punishment,” which a judge must order, and not a mere listing of offenders that an agency compiles to alert the public to potential sexual predators. The justices Monday declined to hear Maryland Attorney ...

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