Nebraska Supreme Court rejects sex offender’s appeal

On a technicality, the Nebraska Supreme Court rejected an appeal by a registered sex offender who argued some parts of the state’s supervised release law are excessive. The story is reported in the Omaha World-Herald.

The appeal by _______ _______was the first challenge of criminal sentencing changes allowed under Legislative Bill 605, which was passed in 2015 to help reduce prison overcrowding and decrease repeat crimes. 

________ was convicted of third-degree sexual assault of a child, a felony, in 2013. Upon his release he was required to report his address under the Sex Offender Registration Act.

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