Federal Judge Rules State Sex Offender Registry Is Unconstitutional
A judge in Colorado has ruled that listing offenders' personal information, such as names and addresses, gives the public the power to punish beyond what the court has deemed appropriate.
He also ruled that the Colorado Sex Offender Registration Act violates the 14th Amendment process of rights.
The judge has argued than an individual assessment should be considered for each case.
The Attorney General's Office could appeal the ruling to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.