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No civil commitment for child molester (access required)

Although the district court erred in finding that appellee, a convicted child molester diagnosed with “hebephilia” or sexual interest in pubescents, did not suffer from a mental impairment under the federal statute that authorizes civil commitment of “sexually dangerous persons,” the 4th Circuit nevertheless agrees the government did not prove a “relative likelihood” that appellee ...

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