An Alabama resident argues the state’s for-life requirements are too much as some states reconsider sex-offender registries

Cameron Kiszla

    Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS E-mail Print Save

Case before an appeals that are federal might have broad implications for Alabama’s sex offender regulations, which some experts claim will be the harshest in america.

Montgomery resident Michael McGuire is suing their state of Alabama for rest from the residency restrictions, travel limits, sex offender enrollment as well as other punishments that accompany a conviction of the offense that is sexual.