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Are Sex Offenders’ Rights Too Restricted?

Since 2004, convicted sex offenders have been required to register with local law enforcement under California’s Megan’s Law. This allows the public to view information about these sex offenders such as the crime of which they have been convicted and

Categorized as Sex Crimes

California’s Castration Law for Sex Offenders (PC Section 645) 

Chemical Castration for Sex Offenders 

Several states, including California, Florida, Texas, and Alabama, permit the use of chemical castration for sex offenders. Chemical castration involves the injection of the sex offender with Depo Provera, an FDA-approved birth control drug that …

Categorized as Sex Crimes

7 Things to Change about Sex Offender Parole in Orange County

Paroled sex offenders in Orange County are strictly supervised and must comply with numerous conditions if they want to avoid being returned to custody.

What the public doesn’t realize is the fact that the re-offense rate for committing a new …

Categorized as Sex Crimes

Buying a Home as a Registered Sex Offender

If you have ever found yourself in the market for a new home in California, you know how difficult and stressful the process of buying a house can be. Finding the right home can take months, and even after you …

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