Reply To: NARSOL joins Tenth Circuit case challenging license requirement

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Dan

Just as unjust,in maryland,and I assume other states,a sex offenders license plate numbers are listed on the online registry. That has to be worse than only having a stamp on your license- if only because there is no choice to show it or not to show it. If you get in a car,your own or anothers, and drive to the store- you are a target for vigilantes.not only that-but if you drive a friends car,that car will also need to go public. Whereas In virginia an offenders license number is only put on public registry if the title of car is in offenders name. Some difference. iall these regulations are wrong-but I’d rather be in virginia.