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Montgomery resident Michael McGuire is suing the state of Alabama for relief from the residency restrictions, travel limits, sex offender registration and other punishments that accompany a conviction of a sexual offense. The case is before the 11th U. Circuit Court of Appeals. McGuire was convicted of sexual assault in Colorado more than 30 years ago, before many of the modern punishments around sexual crimes were enacted into law, and his argument hinges on constitutional protections against punishments created after a crime is committed. After serving three years in prison and another on parole, he was released in According to our research of Alabama and other state lists there were 19 registered sex offenders living in Hartford as of February 19, The ratio of number. Criminal Defense Attorney Zach Peagler elaborates the rules that a registered sex offender must follow in Alabama and discloses that a former sex offender. There are over 14, sex offenders in our ALEA registry. Not all of these are available for public dissemination due to juvenile, YOA, or out-of-state status...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑