The Constitutionality of Federal Detention of Sexually Dangerous Persons: A Fourth Circuit Case

February 24, 2009

Attorneys representing individuals detained under a federal law as sexually dangerous persons discuss the case in which the Fourth Circuit invalidated as unconstitutional the relevant federal statute. Professor H. Jefferson Powell provides counterarguments and commentary. Sponsored by the American Constitution Society.

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