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Civil Rights – Reclassified Sex Offender Can’t Sue Over School Access (access required)

Doe v. Virginia Dep’t of State Police : A defendant who, in 1993 was convicted of carnal knowledge of a minor without use of force, for a relationship with a student under her supervision, does not have standing to challenge changes to Virginia law after 2008 classifying her as a violent sex offender who may not enter her children’s school without permission from local authorities; the 4th Circuit says she first must seek permission for access from the local state court and school board

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