• Alabama bill would require child sex offenders to undergo chemical castration

    Alabama’s state legislature passed a bill to Gov. Kay Ivey’s desk for signature to require convicted sex offenders involving a child to undergo chemical castration before they can be released from prison.

    The legislation, known as House Bill 379, states that criminals convicted for a sexual offense involving anyone under the age of 13 would be “required to undergo chemical castration treatment in addition to any other penalty or condition prescribed by law.”


    This is a syndicated release… please read full story here: https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/446949-alabama-bill-would-require-child-sex-offenders-to-undergo-chemical

    Categories: Constitutionality, Juvenile Crime, Legislating Morality, Litigation and Challenges


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