After years of purely academic discussion, among lawyers, acourt has been asked to decide whether it is legal for privatecommunities to ban the worst Megan’s Law registrants.

Elinor Mulligan, a lawyer who lives in the western NewJersey community of Panther Valley, argues in a suit that herproperty rights would be violated by a homeowner associationbylaw that bars residency to former sex offenders with thehighest risk of recidivism.

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