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Board to Rescind Residency Restrictions for Sex Offenders [UPDATED]

RIVERSIDE COUNTY: Supervisors vote to lift sex offender residency restrictions (March 24)

Riverside County supervisors are expected Tuesday to begin the process of nullifying an ordinance prohibiting where convicted sex offenders can reside.

The Office of County Counsel is requesting that the Board of Supervisors completely invalidate Ordinance 902 in order for the county to comply with a California Supreme Court finding that residency restrictions are no longer enforceable, except in narrowly defined circumstances. Full Article

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The Beginning!

Wait, whut? “… to comply with a California Supreme Court finding that residency restrictions are no longer enforceable, except in narrowly defined circumstances.” Here is my observation: 1. Someone, likely a lawyer came up with this interpretation. 2. County supervisors don’t want the county to get sued? 3. Someone OUTSIDE San Diego, in California, not on parole.. can stay in their homes! Given the fact it’s been weeks since hearing much of anything since the ruling, this is absolutely refreshing to hear. I’ve been thirsty for any an all information about this since the ruling as i’m sure many others… Read more »

As I’ve said all along, the ruling is pretty plain. These guys are just smart enough to rescind it in front of any probable lawsuits

Let’s hope this is a sign of things to come throughout the state. These government entities pay close attention to what their neighbors’ activities. Well, except cities like Carson and counties like San Bernardino…

Excellent news!! I hope all other California counties follow Riverside’s lead.
Here’s a link:

http://patch.com/california/temecula/board-rescind-residency-restrictions-sex-offenders-0

(Nicholas, I hope this will lead to the clear answer you’ve been seeking regarding your residence.)

Thank you David.

I honestly can’t wait for the morons who run Carson to come out in defiance of the High Court. Bring it!

Any news on L.A. County’s intentions with regard to residency and presence restrictions? (Municipal Code 13.59)
(I think Janice was in discussion with L.A. County’s D.A.?)

You know what I have determined that the courts have been saying in ruling against all these residence and presence restrictions? They’ve been saying, “The Emperor has no clothes.” I wonder at the selfish gall of the politicians propose and pass these laws/ordinances. They have to be doing so KNOWING full well that such will do naught to protect children. They give parents a false sense of security. How much more dangerous is it for kids when the go about life thinking there is NO danger? “I don’t have to watch my kids at the park. No one is going… Read more »

Emperor George has no shame either.

Statements like this

“Some lawmakers, including Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, denounced the court’s decision as “judicial activism” that would inevitably endanger children.”

are so far off the mark that these statements would be laughable, were it not for the harm they do. I wonder how these conclusions reached, as they do not line up with anything factual.I also wonder why nobody ever asks those making these groundless statements to prove that they are true with facts.

We need a new salvo called Constitutional Activism.

I wonder how many of these politicians have actually read the constitution. We were required to read it in 8th grade. I know they don’t read the bills, they just salivate when it sounds like votes. We ought to get them bibs with the constitution printed on it. That’s about the closest they’ll get to it.

What if your conviction was expunged, but yet your still required to register?

Speaking today about the so-called “Sodomite Suppression Act”, California A.G. Kamala Harris opposes the “… proposal that seeks to legalize discrimination and vigilantism.”
How is “Jessica’s Law” (or, for that matter, “Megan’s Law”) any different in its effect, AG Harris?

well today my son stay was granted in orange county California he has now a permanent stay for residency. What a relief this is for us. I know this is just the beginning and I know that it can get better. My prayers are lifted too many that are being affected by this and I hope and pray that more positive outcome will happen very soon.

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