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Constitutional – Ex Post Facto Challenge – Criminal Practice – Sex Offenders – Satellite-Based Monitoring – Civil Regulatory Program – First Impression (access required)

State v. Bowditch. Even though the satellite-based monitoring program has some of the characteristics of punishment, it is not as punitive as other programs found to be non-punitive by the U.S. Supreme Court, and it is rationally related to the state's desire to protect the public. We reverse the trial court's declaration that the satellite-based monitoring (SBM) program violates the ex post facto clause.

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