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Federal: Failure to Register as a Sex Offender: A Legal Analysis of 18 U.S.C. 2250

Section 2250 outlaws an individual’s failure to comply with federal Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) requirements. SORNA demands that an individual—previously convicted of a qualifying federal, state, or foreign sex offense—register with state, territorial, or tribal authorities. Individuals must register in every jurisdiction in which they live, work, or attend school. They must also update the information whenever they move, or change their employment or educational status. Section 2250 applies only under one of several jurisdictional circumstances: the individual was previously convicted of a qualifying federal sex offense; the individual travels in interstate or foreign commerce; or the individual enters, leaves, or resides in Indian country. Read Full Study

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  1. JB

    This is a glaring example of how out of control our government has become. All it does is strengthen my resolve to keep on fighting.

    • Tired of hiding

      I am with you there.

      They think that they can pile more and more of their so-called "laws" and
      they are written in stone. No so…they are illegal laws and they will exposed
      as such. They are in direct violation of American citizen’s constitutional
      rights and until they strip sex offenders of their citizenship we still have
      full constitutional rights just like every other tax paying American!

      It strengthens my resolve to fight as well!

  2. X

    Scarlet Letter

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