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Detention Not ‘Supervised Release’ for Sex Offender (access required)

Although appellant was confined in civil detention from 2007 until 2012, pending a district court’s evaluation of him as a “sexually dangerous person” under the Adam Walsh Act, this period of civil detention did not fulfill his term of supervised release, which began upon his release from confinement; the 4th Circuit says a term of ...