A trial judge's attempt to ensure registration of a deported child molester has been brusquely reversed by a Brooklyn appellate panel, which said registering the defendant as a sex offender without a hearing or notice violated "the constitutional principles of due process and cannot be sustained in law and reason."
Sex Offenders Entitled to Hearing on Registration, Panel Confirms
New York Law Journal
December 21, 2012
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