LA Times: Clearer thinking on sex offender registries

The Los Angeles Times cites the Supreme Court’s recent Packingham decision and California’s move toward a tiered registry as a potential sign that the days of sex offender hysteria are waning.

After years of panicked and excessively punitive lawmaking against sex offenders, cooler heads are beginning to prevail. 

If that is the case, it’s well past time.

Read the LA Times’ editorial here.

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