CT Decision on Ex-Post-Facto

Whether Connecticut’s sex offender registration
scheme denied respondents due process in violation of the
Fourteenth Amendment, under the test of Paul v. Davis,
424 U.S. 693 (1976), because it stigmatized respondents as
sex offenders who pose a danger to public safety, plus
imposed intrusive reporting obligations on threat of felony
prosecution, and eliminated their state law remedies,
without notice and an opportunity to be heard on whether
they pose a danger to public safety.

CT Decision

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