- A statute that obligates law enforcement agencies to publicly disclose information regarding local residents who have been convicted of sexual offenses
- A legal requirement for convicted sex offenders to register with law enforcement authorities, who disclose certain details about the offender to the public
- Under Megan's Law, residents have a right to know if any convicted sex offenders are living in their neighborhood.
- Law enforcement agencies provide information about registered sex offenders in compliance with Megan's Law.
- Megan's Law was enacted to help communities stay informed about and safe from convicted sex offenders.
- Under Megan's Law, the man had to provide his personal details to law enforcement following his conviction.
- The new neighbors were informed about the resident's past through Megan's Law.
- Eligibility for housing was checked using the public information provided by Megan's Law.