It may be an issue of semantics, but Judge Halbrooks presents a clear and concise basis for the justification that change in employment does not necessarily need to be done in writing.  When the Legislature writes a law saying that change in residence must be done in writing, but does not mention that change in employment must be in writing, the written notice is not required.

 

A13-1215 – State of Minnesota, Respondent, vs. Rickford Rehmann Munger, Appellant.

Olmsted County District Court, Hon. Judge Jodi L. Williamson.

Under the plain language of Minn. Stat. ยง 243.166, subd. 4a(b), persons required to register as predatory offenders are not required to provide written notification of changes in employment.

Affirmed.  Judge Jill Flaskamp Halbrooks.