Emory International Law Review


Danielle Viera


This Comment argues that future legislation closely resembling House Bill 5138, the International Megan's Law of 2010, should not become law. Further, this Comment encourages future drafts of such a law to account for the inherent weaknesses of House Bill 5138. This Comment proposes two alternative solutions for Congress to consider in light of the problems discussed: Congress should either change the language in its next attempt or decline to pass any law until it can analyze the successes and failures of the British Parliament's similarly drafted Sarah's Law.