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Although the Doe and PetersenBeard decisions were issued on the same day, the cases were presented to the Kansas Supreme Court and decided by the Court at different times.And the costs of the suit would be greatlikely in excess of 150,000.A positive identification cannot conclusively be established by comparing name, date of birth, or adult personals washington other information provided on this website.Department of Justice nor any or its components operate, control, are responsible for, or necessarily endorse, this website (including, without limitations, its content, technical infrastructure, and policies, and any services or tools provided).The firm will no longer be offering consultations to individuals seeking general advice about their kora obligations.Additionally, some offender information is not subject to public disclosure and therefore, not included on this website.PetersenBeard became controlling precedent on the issue of whether the kora imposes punishment.Moreover, this website does not include a complete criminal history for each offender, and therefore, obtaining information from the website does not constitute a valid background check for any purpose including employment and housing.For those interested in the court filings submitted in Doe.If you believe any information contained on this website is erroneous or if you have information regarding an offender whose address is shown as being verified, please contact the KBI Registered Offender Unit by mail, email or telephone).Although a majority of justices single adults yahoo adult personals to hear the Doe case determined that offender registration was punitive, those justices became the minority by the time of the PetersenBeard case.From similarly situated offenders curious about what can be done about the extension of Kansas Offender Registration Act (kora) obligations after the passage of Senate Bill 37 (2011).PetersenBeard addressed an issue related to the one addressed in John Does case.In both cases, the Kansas Supreme Court had to determine as a preliminary issue whether the kora is properly categorized as punitive.