No. 99-35845.

259 F.3d 979 (2001)

John Doe I, Jane Doe, and John Doe II, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Ronald O. Otte and Bruce M. Botelho, Defendants-Appellees.

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.

Opinion Filed April 9, 2001.

As Amended July 24, 2001 and August 8, 2001.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Darryl L. Thompson, Esq., Anchorage, Alaska, for plaintiffs-appellants John Doe I and Jane Doe.

Verne Rupright, Esq., Wasilla, Alaska, for plaintiff-appellant John Doe II.

Kenneth M. Rosenstein, Assistant Attorney General, Anchorage, Alaska, for the defendants-appellees.

Before: Dorothy W. Nelson, Stephen Reinhardt and Sidney R. Thomas, Circuit Judges.

Argued and Submitted August 1, 2000 — Anchorage, Alaska


REINHARDT, Circuit Judge:

This case involves an extremely sensitive and difficult question, both from a social and legal standpoint. How may society deal with convicted sex offenders after they have been punished for their crimes? How can society protect itself against future offenses and at the same time safeguard the constitutional rights of persons who have...

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