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What is the best way to deal with people who prey on our children Should we send them away forever or should we brand them sex offenders for the rest of their lives Do the sex offenders have rights The government feels that the best way to deal with this type of criminal is to brand them Megans Law or Registration of sex offender law was created so that people would be able to protect themselves and their children from such people Sex offenders supposedly are chemically unbalanced and are unable to control themselves Therefore a high rates of recidivism So in an effort to control them we have a registration program But maybe we have gone too far Do these monsters have rights Is it okay to punish them again for the second time Megans law is a program to register sex offenders In New Jersey Statutes Annotated Megans law is defined as a person who has been convicted adjudicated delinquent or found not guilty by reason of insanity for commission of a sex offense will register A person who fails to register as required under this act will be found guilty of a crime in the forth degree The law goes on to explain who registers with whom It also says who is allowed to see the list of the registered sex offenders There are several tiers that are involved These were created when the law was first placed on the books in New Jersey The first tier is the person who committed 3rd degree sex crime those people are to notify only the police Those who committed a 2nd degree sex crime are to notify the police and community leaders Finally those who commit at 1st degree sex crime have to notify all those in the communityAs of now all fifty states have a law similar to Megans law on their books When a person is convicted andor released from prison on
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