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Appeals Court Rejects Army Vet's Attempt to Stay off Maryland Sex Offender Registry
Appeals Court Rejects Army Vet's Attempt to Stay off Maryland Sex Offender Registry

A Maryland appeals court recently rejected an attempt by an Army veteran to avoid registering with the Maryland Sex Offender Registry. The man, a sergeant in the United States Army, was convicted under military law of two counts of abusive sexual contact involving a ...

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