For Immediate Release 04/22/16 Kansas Supreme Court Affirms District Court’s Finding that the Application of Sex Offender Registration Law to Firm’s Client is Unconstitutional In a sex offender registration case before the Kansas Supreme Court, Christopher M. Joseph and Carrie E. Parker of Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC successfully defended the Shawnee County District Court’s…

Judge says sex offender registration is ‘punishment and shaming similar to the Scarlett Letter’ A district court judge on Tuesday dismissed a case against a Belleville man alleging he violated conditions of the Kansas Offenders Registration Act. District Court Judge Kim Cudney granted a motion by Darrick Klima, Belleville, to dismiss charges alleging he used…

WICHITA — The Kansas Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Thursday on whether to uphold a judge’s ruling that removed a convicted child molester’s name from the state’s offender registry — a case with implications for hundreds, if not thousands, of people whose listing requirements were retroactively lengthened. This appeal hinges on whether the state’s…

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