But ALL are open to the interpretation of the individual reading it.Sure, I'll let you know what I studied....
Let me know when you're education is complete
According to the Supremacy Clause (Article VI, clause 2) of the United States Constitution,. State government is given a little more lee-way as it tends to be more responsive to the demands of the populace.
A registry where one can find anyone near them if they want to look it up that is a sexual offender is fine because it has a purpose and one purpose only...Sex offender registries have been around in each state in the US for at least 10 years. They have names, photos, addresses, and their crime listed in them.
They are simply searchable databases of the public record, accessible with no charge.
That is public humiliation. They need to be removed.
...except the second you force someone to have a sign on their property designating what they are...you add nothing to the information pool because all one needs to do is look up the list to see a map with points on it locating dwellings of sexual offenders an the fact that public humiliation as punishment is in violation of the constitution means no state law can circumvent it.Somebody could develop a jaywalker registry if they wanted to pay their state the document fees to get the perpetrators' details.
Exactly.Actually click the links and learn something.
But the problem is that the Federal Government attempts to apply the Supremacy Clause into areas that it has no legal right to.According to the Supremacy Clause (Article VI, clause 2) of the United States Constitution,
This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding
People should not confuse the general legality or Constitutionality of a law with its specific application. That is, a law may be generally Constitutional, but as applied may not be.
Sadly criminals get to keep their rights, the same rights they took away from the victims when doing the crime. IF we had better/harsher punishments and stop worrying about giving a criminal all these rights there would be less repeated crimes.You realize as a convicted felon, you lose some of your constitutional rights?