Ben McJunkin, Univ. of Michigan Fellow and J.J. Prescott, Univ, of Michigan Professor of Law and recognized expert on sex offender registration, put out a new article, “Fourth Amendment Constraints on the Technological Monitoring of Convicted Sex Offenders

The article weighs the balance between the government’s interest in monitoring sex offenders and the often disproportionately invasive and intrusive technology used to track them, in light of the boundaries of the Constitution. It is a good resource for the state of law in various jurisdictions and across court decisions and is useful when litigating against unnecessarily or arbitrarily burdensome requirements.

 

 

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