The defendant was on probation for failure to comply with sex offender registration requirements, pursuant to Megan’s Law III. Later, he was found to be in violation of his probation and sentenced to further probation. He appealed the VOP sentence. The Pennsylvania Superior Court vacated the sentence because Megan’s Law III expired in 2012 and must be treated as if it never existed. “Therefore, any violation of probation predicated on the void statute— or resentencing in connection therewith—was also void, since, in effect, that statute never existed.”