The sex offender shall complete and sign the form and mail the form to the Central Repository not later than 10 days after receipt of the form to verify that he still resides at the address he last registered.

The Court rejected Plaintiff's double jeopardy claim because the registration requirement was not "overwhelmingly punitive." Rather, the Court found that "the implied purpose is plainly regulatory." Nor does the Act involve "an affirmative disability or restraint." In addition, the Court rejected contentions that the Act violated the ex post facto clause or constituted a bill of attainder or cruel and unusual punishment.

The Court reasoned that the purpose of the Act was to protect the public, not to punish sex offenders, and that any punitive effects were clearly outweighed by the remedial purpose.

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Pursuant to Nevada Revised Statute, there are three requirements a sex offender must fulfill in order to be in compliance with the sex offender registry: Initial Registration, Change of Address, and Annual Verification.

Failure to comply with any one of these requirements is a felony offense.

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The Court also rejected arguments based on equal protection because the legislature acted rationally in addressing the magnitude of harm that could result if sex offenders were not required to register.