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(AP) -- Changes are coming to Pennsylvania's sex offender registry as a result of a Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision issued this week, but experts say it's unclear exactly how they will play out.The justices said 2012 changes to the registry that expanded and toughened reporting rules under the state's Megan's Law can't be applied retroactively, ruling in favor of Jose Muniz, convicted in Cumberland County of two counts of indecent assault of a 12-year-old girl.The decision also has drawn attention from the victims of sex offenders, said Jennifer Storm, the state's victim advocate.Her office currently keeps more than 3,900 victims notified about the status of Megan's Law registry offenders, including changes in their jobs or where they live."The majority want these notifications, because for them it is a matter of their safety and their peace of mind," Storm said.HARRISBURG, PA – Unless the Commonwealth reenacts a version of Megan’s Law in response to a state Supreme Court ruling earlier this year, approximately 10,000 sex offenders would escape prosecution for failing to register or verify their obligations related to Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law registry and could be removed from the list.State police are assessing the decision's impact and working on "an appropriate course of action" to comply with the new court decision, as well as state and federal laws.When the new law took effect in December 2012, there were just over 12,000 registrants in the system, and about half of them had to register for life, said Aaron Marcus, an appellate lawyer with the Defender Association of Philadelphia.
Muniz, in which the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that provisions of the federal Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) that applied retroactively were unconstitutional. Just last week the Pennsylvania Supreme Court stayed the Muniz decision pending the filing with the U. By adopting SORNA, the state was spared a 10 percent reduction in federal Justice Assistance Grants (JAG), which are typically used for public safety purposes. The PDAA is recommending the reenactment of a version of Megan’s Law that was in place before the federal Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) replaced it 2012.Under the state's Megan's Law, offenders had to register and report for either 10 years or life, but the 2012 enactment of the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act changed that to 15 years, 25 years or life, causing many offenders who had been in the midst of a 10-year reporting period to have to remain registered for life.The court said Muniz was not subject to the harsher penalties of the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act, and now agencies are trying to sort out what that means for other convicted sex offenders.Members of the House Judiciary Committee heard from Cumberland County District Attorney and Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association (PDAA) Communications Chair Dave Freed today, who said without a sufficient statute in place to put any registration requirements on sexual offenders, district attorneys would not be able to prosecute individuals who fail to register or verify their registry.“Already, counties are grappling with cases of sex offenders who have failed to verify their registration information,” said Freed.
Risk level: Tier 1Zip Code: 16415Sex: Male Age: 62Eye color: Blue Hair color: Blond Or Strawberry Height: 6'0"Weight: 160Marks/Scars/Tattoos: tattoo - arm, left (non-specific) - unknown Race: White Registration date: 2009-04-07Minimum registration period: Ten Year Offender Based on this official offender page Risk level: Tier 3Zip Code: 16415Sex: Male Age: 41Eye color: Blue Hair color: Bald Height: 5'10"Weight: 175Marks/Scars/Tattoos: tattoo - arm, left (non-specific) - music notes; tattoo - arm, right (non-specific) - yin yang; tattoo - chest - skull Race: White Registration date: 2010-08-02Minimum registration period: Ten Year Offender Based on this official offender page No representation is made that the persons listed here are currently on the state's sex offenders registry.