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Police in Virginia said Thursday that they no longer will pursue efforts to take sexually explicit photos of a 17-year-old in an effort to prove a sexting case against him.
A northern Virginia 17-year-old accused of ‘sexting’ his 15-year-old girlfriend could be forced to have his erect penis photographed as part of a search warrant obtained by police investigating the claims, according to a Washington Post report.
Sex offenders in Maryland can’t be forced to register in the state’s sex offender registry if they committed their crimes before the database was created in 1995.
The Supreme Court may take up a Virginia sex registry case after a woman has challenged a law that reclassified her and thousands of others as violent sex offenders.
A ruling Monday from Maryland’s highest court calls into question a state law that requires some people to register as sex offenders for crimes committed decades ago.
The Supreme Court will decide whether sex offenders who were released unconditionally before new sex offender registration rules were passed can be prosecuted for not registering.