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Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Alabama lawmakers passed a bill that would require convicted sex offenders to be chemically castrated before being released on parole.
A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Alabama lawmakers have sent a bill to the governor that would require some convicted sex offenders to be chemically castrated before being released on parole.
The bill , passed in the state Senate late last week and sent to Gov. The parolees would be required to continue the treatment until the court determines it no longer necessary. Only certain people convicted of sex offenses involving children are eligible for parole in Alabama. Abortion law: How the Alabama abortion law is roiling Democratic and Republican politics. Under the bill, if a person cannot afford the treatment, the fees would be waived.
The bill also says that anyone who stops receiving treatment without the court's approval would be taken back into custody. Share This Story! Alabama bill would require chemical castration for parolees convicted of sex crimes involving children Alabama lawmakers passed a bill that would require convicted sex offenders to be chemically castrated before being released on parole.
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