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Criminal Law: Sex Offender-Failure to Register

Where a defendant challenged a judgment denying his “first amended motion to dismiss charges as unconstitutional,” the defendant was allowed to withdraw his guilty plea to the charges, and his case remained pending in the circuit court, so the judgment ...

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Trial date set for man charged last year in 1993 killing of Missouri girl

A trial date was set this week for a convicted pedophile accused of raping and killing a 9-year-old Missouri girl in 1993. Earl Webster Cox, 62, was arrested in June, nearly 26 years after Angie Housman’s death. St. Charles County ...

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Trial date set for man charged last year in 1993 killing

A trial date was set this week for a convicted pedophile accused of raping and killing a 9-year-old Missouri girl in 1993. Earl Webster Cox, 62, was arrested in June, nearly 26 years after Angie Housman’s death. St. Charles County ...

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Criminal Law: Sex Offender-Failure to Register

Where a defendant who pleaded guilty to failing to register as a sex offender argued that retroactive application of the law violated the nondelegation doctrine, under prior case law there was no impermissible delegation, so the judgment is affirmed. Judgment ...

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Criminal Law: Sex Offender-Failure to Register

Where a defendant who failed to register with the sex-offender registry moved to dismiss the federal indictment, arguing that retroactive application of the law was unconstitutional, the U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the defendant’s claim of impermissible delegation, so the ...

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