Court: Law's restrictions on sex offenders unreasonable

A three-judge panel of the state 4th District Court of Appeal agreed with a San Diego Superior Court judge's decision that the residency restriction in Jessica's Law is unreasonable when applied as a condition of parole because it infringes upon the offenders' rights to travel in-state, to privacy and to establish a home. Full Story
Disgusted

Omaha, NE

#1 Sep 15, 2012
Here we are again, protecting the rights of those taking the rights of others away. Unbelievable!

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