Maryland sexual predator website
Of the 8,643 offenders listed on Maryland's registry last February, 1,155 have been removed, most because of a June court ruling.
Others have been removed because they died, they left the state, their term expired or other legal challenges.
Other information on this web site is compiled from reports from law enforcement agencies and correctional facilities.
Since information changes quickly, and there may be gaps in data received, the Virginia State Police makes no representation, either express or implied, that the information on this site is complete or accurate.
Some judges around the United States have agreed that the registries amount to unconstitutional punishment in some cases.
In Maryland, a prominent defense lawyer is continuing to fight in the courts, seeking to get more names removed from a list that she says stigmatizes too many people.
Congress responded that same year by implementing their version of Megan’s Law, called the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Program (“Wetterling Act”).
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