The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear a case involving a man who says he shouldn’t have to be on the sex offender registry because his conviction came before the 2006 federal mandatory listing law was enacted. Congress, in writing the law, gave the attorney general the authority to decide when the registration requirements kicked…
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