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Sexual predator challenges civil commitment

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James Irvin Rigenhagen, the former Little Falls resident who pleaded guilty of four counts of second degree criminal sexual conduct, challenged his civil commitment.

Rigenhagen challenged his “indeterminate commitment as a sexually dangerous person and sexual psychopathic personality, largely asserting errors in the district court’s findings of fact,” the Minnesota Court of Appeals reported in its findings.

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