These guidelines are yet another example of a missed attempt to enact smart justice reform. The SORNA registry has only increased the cost and burden to the government while providing a false illusion of security. We have not seen a verified decrease in this type of crime, and the unintended consequences that result from being on this registry only make it harder for those who have completed their sentence to assimilate into society as a productive, rehabilitated member of their community.

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