Well said. The only certain thing about juries, is their uncertainty. Megans(sex offender status) law is very broad and covers too many situiations from where I stand. I'll one up you w/ assinine applications of Megan's law. I presently represent a young man who failed third grade and was left behind. Flash forward to this year, he is a senior in H.S.. He takes his freshman date to the snow ball at holiday time . You know hwta happens. Only he 19, and the girl is 15. He is 4 yrs 3 mos and 17 days too old to have had a physical relationship w/ someone less than 16. The penalty if convicted... 7 yrs prison at 85% parole disqaulifier. The min the judge could give w/o losing their robe would be 3yrs at 85%. Megans law registaration, and lifetime parole known as CSL(comm supervision for life) . This means for the rest of his life, he is on parole. He gets bed schecks at random, drig and alciohiol screens for life at random, they show up at work to see how you are doin for life. Internet poatibng, fcommunity notification for life. As a practicle matter, you can never leave this state and move to another state w/o that state's permission. The pros office say they will "deal this case" cheaply. One year in jail, and all of the megans law and CSL requirements which are mandatory and can not be waived. My client was on his way to college on a partial academic and athletic scholorship. His life is now on "hold". Probably forever.