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Thanks for the links, Gideon. As for Lambert v. California, given the way that courts have upheld other registration requirements (sex offenders basically have constructive notice of everything), I'm sure they won't have a problem distinguishing it in this case. As I have written before, I think that is a mistake, but I think that is the reality of the modern courts.
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Mar 15, 2010
Joe, as a former college debater, I didn't even notice it. I guess I have heard that joke too many times before. Either way, it is not unsurprising from Above the Law. It is a legal tabloid, after all. Corey
Hi George, It appears for me now. It just took quite a while after I posted it and I tried refreshing over and over. That has never happened before. I still can't get my edits on it to work, though. If anyone has any information, I would really appreciate it. CRY
Toggle Commented Oct 16, 2009 on The New Typepad at Sex Crimes
I'm not certain why SMART only gives Lexis cites, but it might be because Lexis is free for the government (at least I think it still is). Anyway, I looked it up and this is the only alternate cite: 67 M.J. 630. It is a case from the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals, so I'm not certain how easy that is to find through free resources. I hope that helps. Corey