sexually dangerous

Referring to a constellation of known sexual behaviours and previously committed acts—e.g., rape and sodomy—by a person (almost invariably a male)—a sexual predator—with potential for repeating these acts and causing significant physical injury

sexually dangerous

adjective Relating to a constellation of known sexual behaviors and previously committed acts–eg, rape and sodomy by a person–almost invariably ♂–a sexual predator–with potential for repeating these acts and causing significant physical injury. See Community notification, Megan's law, Rape, Sexual assault.
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253B and the Minnesota Commitment and Treatment Act: Sexually Dangerous Persons and Sexual Psychopathic Personalities Act, Minn.
Part II begins the examination of a particular case study of the Minnesota Sexually Dangerous Persons Act ("SDPA"), both in terms of legislative intent and its actual impact on convicted sex offenders.
Ballard, who then lived in North Brookfield, was ordered committed to the Massachusetts Center for the Sexually Dangerous for one day to life after a judge found he was a sexually dangerous person.
and coordinator of the Sexually Dangerous Persons Program with Illinois Corrections, and Calder, who managed a city child protection and domestic abuse service in the UK before establishing a training and consultancy company, identify the key components of sex offender treatment, their elements, and suggestions on how to approach each, for frontline staff.
57) Allen submitted to two court-ordered psychiatric examinations in preparation for a civil trial to determine whether he fell within the statutory definition (58) of a sexually dangerous person.
section] 4248, the program authorized federal authorities to divert someone to a sex offender detention facility if: (1) he or she was "in the custody of the Bureau of Prisons"; (67) (2) "the Attorney General or any individual authorized by the Attorney General or the Director of the Bureau of Prisons [certified] that the person is a sexually dangerous person"; and (3) "after the hearing, the court finds by clear and convincing evidence that the person is a sexually dangerous person.
Other potential consequences include loss or restriction of driving privileges, sex offender registration and limitations on where sex offenders can live, and predicate offenses for enhanced sentencing or sexually dangerous person certification.
Justice Clarence Thomas dissented, saying Congress can only pass laws that deal with the federal powers listed in the Constitution, and nothing "expressly delegates" Congress or any other branch of the federal government with the powers to enact the civil commitments of sexually dangerous people.
The vast majority of them are women, many of whom are forced into prostitution and sexually dangerous situations, and need contraceptives and access to abortions, the ACLU argues.
Also like Eve, Pandora's story changed over time, making her more sexually dangerous.
In January, Nova Science Publishers (Hauppauge, NY) will release "Civil Commitment of sexually Dangerous Persons," a new book that examines the various studies and legislation, both federal and state, relevant to civil commitment of sexually dangerous persons and the government's contention that sexual offenders are more likely than other offenders to re-offend.
Racial "outsiders'--Blacks and certain groups of immigrants--were seen as sexually dangerous.