Factors aiding in predicting high-risk sex offenders for sentencing purposes 1. PDF Copyright holders: We are not trying to assert any rights to your article. However, note subparagraph "B" of the following section (from Title 17-A, Chapter 11): ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 257. The booklet, which requires Adobe Acrobat to read, is located at: Offenses.
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In assessing for sentencing purposes the risk of repeat offenses by a person convicted of a crime under chapter 11, a court shall treat each of the following factors, if present, as increasing that risk: A. We operate as a repository with a virtually unlimited storage capacity. Age Of is a repository of both legal and commentary information on laws relating to sexual activity.