Kern County has been sued by an anonymous registered sex offender, who says the county’s restrictive housing laws for sex offenders have violated his civil rights. The plaintiff, identified only as John Doe in court filings, says in the lawsuit that he is not able to find reasonable housing due to an ordinance passed by […]
A California Court of Appeal issued a decision this week that expands eligibility for registrants to apply for a certificate of rehabilitation. The decision, People v. Tirey, states that a registrant who was convicted of PC 288(a) and who completed parole 13 years ago is eligible to apply for a certificate. “This is an important […]
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