Tulsa Attorney Blog 2 Posts Tagged 'sex offender registry'
In State v. Hurt, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed a Tulsa District Court ruling that Oklahoma Sex Offenders Registration Act from 2004 and 2007 could not be enforced retroactively. The court said the legislature did not intend the amendments to apply retroactively.
The reasoning behind a September 2013 Oklahoma Supreme Court decision striking down a portion of the Oklahoma sex offender registry law appears to call into question portions of the Oklahoma violent offender registry law. In Hendricks v Jones, 2013 OK 71 the court stated: “We hold applying SORA’s requirements to sex offenders now residing in […]