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ARE SEX OFFENDER LAWS OVERLY PUNITIVE?

Criminal charges related to crimes like statutory rape, sexual assault, online solicitation of a minor and indecent exposure can result in an individual facing felony sex crimes charges and lengthy prison sentences and parole terms. What's more, even after an individual has served jail or prison time and completed parole, he or she will likely be required to register as a sex offender.

NYPD COP CHARGED IN SEX BRIBERY SCHEME

A Brooklyn police officer was charged with demanding sex in exchange for his help in expediting a woman's NYPD application. The officer, Delfin Lantigua, obtained the woman's contact information while working in the applicant processing department. He then allegedly used this information to contact her on Facebook where he made the offer.

SCOTUS TO HEAR CASE ON INVALID TRAFFIC STOP

SCOTUS, or the Supreme Court of the United States, is scheduled to hear a case discussing whether or not evidence gathered in an invalid stop should be allowed in court. The case comes out of North Carolina and involves an officer that conducted a traffic stop based on what he believed to be a violation of state law. Unfortunately for the officer, he got the law wrong.

TRESPASS AND BURGLARY ON THE BROOKYN BRIDGE

Is an arrest imminent for trespassing and burglary from an incident that occurred on the Brooklyn Bridge last week? Last Tuesday, infiltrators slipped past the heavily secured anti-terrorism zones, and in one of the biggest security breaches in the city's history, scaled the cables on the bridge and replaced the American flag with bleached white banners. Today, a pro-marijuana activist claimed responsibility for hatching the plan to commit the crime. The NYPD has devoted an incredible amount of resources to this investigation and are certainly itching to make an arrest.

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