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Ryan Tarkowski, a spokesman for the state police, which administers the website, said the state is reviewing the ruling.
But under SORNA, he was required to register for life, a provision he challenged.
Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin said his office is evaluating the scope of the ruling and its impact on local cases.
He called it “a complex decision” that will “undoubtedly impact” the registry, though he could not estimate the number of names that may be removed. “It empowers them with this information so they know that they can avoid them.”The ruling involved the Cumberland County case of Jose M.
Pennsylvania Victim Advocate Jennifer Storm called the ruling disheartening, saying survivors of sexual assault rely on the registry for peace of mind.“For the victim out there whose rapist is released, I know where he’s living. Muniz, who was convicted in 2007 of indecent assault for groping a 12-year-old girl.