OK: Supreme Court rules on sex offender lawsuit [updated with decisions]

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Supreme Court says people convicted of sex crimes in other states are not required to register as sex offenders in Oklahoma if the convictions occurred before the Legislature passed a sex offender law and if they completed their sentence, probation or parole before Nov. 1, 2005.

The justices ruled that two men convicted of sex crimes in other states were not offered the same protection under the law as people convicted of sex crimes in Oklahoma. Full Article

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  1. stephen says:

    Wonder what the feds will have to say about it, but it’s still great news.

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  2. David Kennerly says:

    Oh, I really don’t want to move to Oklahoma! But still…

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