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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Most Missouri sex offenders won't have to stay home on Halloween

Jol

This will be the first Halloween since the Missouri Supreme Court put limits on a state law designed to keep convicted sex offenders at home on the holiday. The rules are still in effect, but they apply only to people convicted after Aug. 28, 2008. (Something something ex post facto something something.) Among other things, they have to put up a sign saying they aren't handing out candy.

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