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Saturday, May 21, 2011

The Legislative Catnip of Crime Registries

Just in case y'all missed it, here's a link to Erica Goode's very interesting story from the front page of today's NYTimes about the way states are thinking about expanding eligibility for their crime registries and communal notification requirements. My beloved FSU colleague, Wayne Logan, is probably the leading scholar in the country on this topic -- here's a link to his recent book -- and unsurprisingly, he appears in the story with some great commentary.

Posted by Administrators on May 21, 2011 at 08:29 PM in Article Spotlight, Criminal Law, Funky FSU | Permalink


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