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He was convicted 17 years ago of sexually abusing a minor under the age of 13 and placed on Michigan's sex offender registry for life.
But staying on the right side of a law a federal appeals court says turns offenders into "moral lepers" means he can't legally work, shop or even go into the Cereal City Food Auction he and a business partner plan to open in Battle Creek later this month.
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It consigns them to years, if not a lifetime, of existence on the margins, not only of society, but often, as the record in this case makes painfully evident, from their own families, with whom, due to school zone restrictions, they may not even live.
It directly regulates where registrants may go in their daily lives and compels them to interrupt those lives with great frequency in order to appear in person before law enforcement to report even minor changes to their information." The court also chastised Michigan officials for a statute that is overly broad and does not make a distinction between the most violent of child sexual predators and others who may be ordered on the registry because they had consensual sex with an underage person.
The judge's sentence sparked outrage around the country, and another judge said the teen doesn't have to register as a sex offender and re-sentenced him to two years' probation under a law that gives young offenders a chance to have their records expunged. Supreme Court struck down a North Carolina law that bars convicted sex offenders from establishing social media accounts, saying it violates constitutionally protected free speech.