California must face claims that it violated the civil rights of a convicted sex offender by conditioning parole on a residency restriction and GPS monitoring, the 9th Circuit ruled.
____ ____ faced these parole restrictions even though his convictions in California were not sex-related. ____ was convicted of California in 2006 for buying or receiving stolen property, and later for robbery. Both times the Golden State imposed residency and GPS monitoring restrictions as conditions of ____ ‘s parole release from prison because of ____ ‘s 1987 guilty plea in Tennessee to sexual battery. Full Article and Decision