Thursday, November 5, 2009

Delaware: Pardon Eliminates Need for Registration

The Associated Press reports that the State's Supreme Court has ruled that Brian Heath, a sex offender who received an unconditional pardon, "must be taken off Delaware's sex offender registry." Heath plead guilty to having unlawful sexual contact with a girl under 16-years of age when he was 19-years old. According to the AP, the court ruled "the sex offender law does not supersede the law governing pardons." See story here. See the court's full opinion here.

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