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The most recent version, written to comply with the federal Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA), was passed Dec.
20, 2012; it included five times as many offenses as were first listed in Megan’s Law, including nonsexual crimes such as interfering with the custody of a child. and I’d like to note that the original intent in all of this was to apply it to the sexually violent offenders,” said Greenleaf, chairman of the Judiciary Committee.
Over the years, the legislature updated the law to make it more restrictive — applying it to more offenses and requiring longer registration periods.
Aaron Marcus of Defender Association of Philadelphia testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee at the state capitol Monday, Feb.
5, 2018, regarding a bill to replace Pennsylvania’s sex-offender registration law.
“The registration obligations are less onerous than the duty to file state income tax returns,” he said.
According to Pennsylvania State Police acting Deputy Commissioner Maj.