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I have been off Paper for 5 years and will always comply with registration requirements. The issue is I have a 6 foot fence all around my yard and house. My gate is closed. I have no trespassing signs, beware of dog signs as well as 24 hour home surveillance signs and the cameras are clearly visible. My dogs do bite. One weighs 140 lbs.
I have had officers call me and say they are going to spray my dogs.
Others say they have the right to come through my gate to get to my door. Officers are not aware if I am on paper or not. I respect law enforcement and we need them. I called the office the lady called me back. I know she dealt with a lot. I don’t want my dogs to bite anyone or be shot. Any suggestions for me. Thank you

⭐⭐ November 20th Zoom Call ⭐⭐ For everyone with questions regarding compliance checks, what the police are permitted to do, etc., please join the general Zoom call meeting on November 20th to ask your questions to ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci.
She can give you very clear answers as to what the law enforcement can and cannot do in their effort to conduct Compliance Checks and she can advise you on how best to protect yourself and your rights.

Last edited 2 years ago by David⚜️

Im a registrant and finished parole in 2010. I have had a job since being released from prison in 2008. It took until 2010 to get a place to live due to residency restrictions. Since getting my residence which is the same since 2010, I have never had police come to my door demanding I let them in to search my house to see if Im in compliance. Im not on parol! They came 2 days ago while I was at work and told my wife they are coming in no choice. They found nothing to use against me. I have not commited any crimes or done anything shady. Just wondering if this is legal. Should I be looking for an attorney?

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