Miami Beach Sex Offender Laws

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With sex offenders accused of two recent high-profile murders in the state, the city of Miami Beach, Fla., is considering a law that would effectively run register offenders out of town. The city's mayor — and the opposition — talk about balancing public safety and civil liberties.


David Dermer, mayor of Miami Beach, Fla. Pushing law that would effectively force sex offenders out of the city

Fred Berlin, founder of John Hopkins Sexual Disorder Clinic; associate professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University Medical College



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