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brutalized a woman in 2003, bludgeoning her into unconsciousness before sodomizing her.
Those details and more will likely reemerge when Laguerre's trial kicks off Monday for his potential release from civil commitment, the little known law that allows for locking up sex offenders beyond their criminal sentences.
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There is no argument that Laguerre’s crime falls under the list of sex offenses eligible for civil commitment.
Rather, the trial focuses on everything else before and after he was first locked up at 15-years-old, as prosecutors seek to prove Laguerre is predisposed to commit another sex crime if released.
In addition to the million per year cost to taxpayers for keeping these sex offenders locked up, the stakes of Laguerre's trial include the many questions legal and mental-health experts have raised about civil rights violations linked to the mental health law.
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