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TX: Convicted Arizona sex offender must register in Texas

A three-judge panel with the Texas 14th Court of Appeals determined July 11 that a person must register as a sex offender in Texas if they were convicted of sexual abuse via Arizona law. Full Article

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  1. Mp

    It was 36 years ago….why is this even happening?

    • Joe

      … and with a person old enough to be charged, prosecuted and sentenced as an adult any day of the week, in either state. And who, at the time, was not exempt from capital punishment. But apparently a small child.

  2. CR

    I hope he appeals, even though it’s a lost cause at the Texas Supreme Court. He’ll lose again, but it will give him a chance to appeal to SCOTUS. It’ll take years, and by then, odds of winning may improve. That is, assuming he can articulate a federal constitutional claim.

    • Timmmy

      First, his attorney brought up the wrong argument.

      Texas Constitution
      Sec. 16. BILLS OF ATTAINDER; EX POST FACTO OR RETROACTIVE LAWS; IMPAIRING OBLIGATION OF CONTRACTS. No bill of attainder, ex post facto law, >> retroactive law <<, or any law impairing the obligation of contracts, shall be made.

      Secondly, his attorney also filed the case in the wrong court system. Texas judges are elected, and will NEVER make a decision which affects their chance of reelection. It should of been filed in Federal Court.

      There is also a Substantial Due Process issue since he violated no law in Texas to make him register.

      • Tim in WI

        Arrows, arrows and more arrows but Just like you say AT THE WRONG DAMN TARGET!
        Connecticut DPS was a red herring advance by the agendists themselves.

  3. Ali

    Sounds like they are comparing his charge to indecency with child by exposure. which is what I have. currently in probation for 5 years, but going to file petition to get off early. Texas also has a process for de-registering depend on what offense it is and completing therapy. I wonder if he would be eligible since his charges were long time ago? Is he being charged for failure to register? This story is alot like the one who moved out the country, then was being charged to failure to register while visiting his family in u.s. and I think SCOTUS overturned it in his favor.


    1983? I was graduating H.S.

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