Scott Greenfield details the disturbing Wisconsin Supreme Court case of State v. Smith, where Wisconsin extended its sex-offender registration requirement to the case of a non-sexual felony false imprisonment of a minor stemming from a 17-year-old boy's dispute over a drug debt with another 17-year-old boy.
Wisconsin sex offender registration not just for sex offenders any more
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