A judge struck down part of a law that would ban Missouri sex offenders from participating in Halloween. Four registered sex offenders sued in federal civil court, saying the current law is too vague. The injunction is temporary. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has more details.
This year, the Missouri Supreme Court struck down a retrospective law that would have punished sex offenders who were convicted before the registry was create. Find out more details about retrospective law in this Law in Your Life podcast.