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October 31, 2006
New Criminal Law Blog: "Sex Crimes"
Aspiring CrimProf Corey Yung has recently developed a new Criminal Blog called "Sex Crimes." The blog is devoted to the criminal laws regulating and punishing sex offenders.
The goals of the blog are to:
(1) compile news and legal developments about the criminalization and punishment of sex offenses in the United States.
(2) offer legal opinions about developments in the laws regulating and punishing sex crimes.
(3) provide a resource for people doing research and/or writing about sex crimes.
One of the most significant developments related to the subject matter of this blog is the growing use of residency and work restrictions to prevent sex offender recidivism. This is also the scholarly area in which Yung is currently writing. As a result, this will be one of the primary subjects focused on in posts.
Check it Out . . . [Mark Godsey]
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