University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Sex Offender Registration After Does v. Snyder"
Date Oct. 2016
Author Miriam Aukerman and Paul Reingold
Author Institution ACLU and Michigan Clinical Law Program
Author Role Faculty
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Abstract The Sixth Circuit’s recent decision in Does v. Snyder, F.3d, 2016 WL 4473231 (6th Cir. 2016), has significant implications for the representation of current registrants who are charged with violating Michigan’s Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA), current registrants seeking removal from the sex offender registry or exemptions from certain SORA provisions, defendants currently charged with sex offenses, and defendants in “recapture” cases. While every case is obviously unique, this memo seeks to provide some general guidance to Michigan’s criminal defense bar in the wake of the Does decision.
Source State Appellate Defender Officeand Criminal Defense Resource Center

This Resource Relates To
case Does v. Snyder (CJ-MI-0004)

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