RM271: Unpacking Idaho SORA: Examining the Case of Does v. Raúl Labrador

RM271: Unpacking Idaho SORA: Examining the Case of Does v. Raúl Labrador

In this episode, Andy and Larry discuss the case of Does v. Raúl Labrador, attorney general of Idaho, which involves a challenge to Idaho’s Sexual Offender Registration Notification and Community Right-to-Know Act (Idaho SORA). The plaintiffs in the case are six individuals who were charged or convicted before 2006 and are required to register for life under SORA. Idaho’s sex offender registration law was originally enacted in 1993 and was subsequently replaced by SORA in 1998, which expanded the categories of offenders required to register and made the registry publicly accessible. SORA has since been amended multiple times.

There is also a question answered as well as covering an update on the legislation in the Ninth Circuit with the Alliance for Constitutional Sexual Offense Laws

[4:05] Question / Comment that Larry doesn’t think outside of the box

[11:30] Pacific Legal Foundation and the Alliance for Constitutional Sexual Offense Laws

[26:18] Does v. Raúl Labrador


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