Federal judge rules portion of Michigan Sex Offender Registry Act is invalid

State given 60 days to enact new law


DETROIT – On Friday U.S. District Judge Robert Cleland issued a ruling invalidating a part of the Michigan Sex Offender Registry Act.

Cleland has given the state 60 days to enact a new law.

The decision was issued by Cleland in a lawsuit Friday. In the lawsuit Cleland argues that SORA is unconstitutional.

Read the lawsuit below.

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