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ME: Law would ban sex offenders from some multi-unit buildings, houses in Maine

[ – 2/25/19]

UGUSTA, Maine —

A proposal at the Maine State House would add living restrictions to Maine’s sex offender law.

The bill would ban a convicted sex offender from living in a multiunit building that shares an entrance with a unit occupied by a minor.

Specifically, a sex offender who committed a crime against someone under the age of 14 would be banned from living in a multiunit building with a shared entrance with a person under 18.

Maine law requires a sex offender who committed an offense against a child under the age of 14 to not have any contact with any child under 14.

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  1. Anonymous

    More madness based purely on innuendo, speculation, and projection. It never seems to end. This will not protect a single child, but will force more people into homelessness.

  2. Will Allen

    So funny. I love watching these pathetic, criminal legislators groveling around desperately looking for some “$EX offender” thing to do. Then they propose something to change the shape of the giant pile of feces that is their pathetic Registries. They dream that if they can just mold the pile into some odd shape that it could be beautiful and useful. Would be hilarious if it weren’t so immoral and un-American. Remember – F them, their big government, and their law enforcement criminals every day.

    • Timothy

      Mr. Roberts approved the opening of an electronic Pandora box.
      This story is more proof of intent.
      Are you sure you are not interested in that petition to REMOVE HIM?
      He had a DUTY!
      The lists will continue to expand affirmative disability in scope and range.
      The missions will creep and be congealed in the extreme.
      Man will be made further subservient to Authoritarian whim supplemented by databases.

      BY 1992 stat class B max sanction 20 years. In reality authorities enforce only the laws they like. I assure you LIFE was only available for class A felonies per section 939. The jury of 12 must see that.
      The problem being I need to pretrial motion establish the line of questioning so judge has a swing first to reject the promulgation of conflicts in law by statute as ” unlawful.” enough to produce insufficiency. Threading that needle tough to do. If he agrees and dismisses with prejudice, the case ends there and the jury hears nothing.

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