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Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Sex Offender Restrictions – Vagueness – Overbreadth (access required)

Doe v. Cooper (Lawyers Weekly No. 15-03-1119, 49 pp.) (James Beaty, J.) 1:13-00711; M.D.N.C. Holding: G.S. § 14-208.18(a)(3) is unconstitutionally vague because it prohibits certain registered sex offenders’ presence at any place where minors gather for regularly scheduled educational, recreational, or social programs.” The statute provides no examples and no standard for determining whether programs are ...

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