A bill proposed inn Minnesota would change sentencing rules for sex offenders by doing away with stays of adjudication (which allow the charges to be removed from the offender’s record post-probation) and stays of imposition (which reduces felony charges to misdemeanors post-probation). The bill also calls for harsher sentencing for child pornography and sex charges, as well as more intense probation. Some prosecutors think the bill goes too far.

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