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Federal sex offender registration law upheld by Supreme Court - CNNPolitics sex offender supreme court

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled against a sex offender who had been convicted of failing to register with local.

This doctrine forbids Congress from assigning its legislative powers to the federal government’s executive branch. The law, known as the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA), requires anyone convicted of a sex offense to register as a sex offender in any.

Herman Gundy was out on supervised release in 2004 from a 1996 crack distribution conviction when he met an 11-year-old girl. He served.

The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the scope of a federal sex offender registration law.

Two U.S. Supreme Court decisions have been heavily relied upon by legislators, and other courts in.