Ireland: Sex offender allowed move back into family home

Source: 3/20/23

A father and convicted sex offender is to be immediately allowed to return home to live with his wife and children after spending more than two and a half years apart.

The man moved out of the family home in September 2020 as part of a Tusla safety plan for his three children aged under 18.

Tusla, the Child and Family Agency (CFA) intervened after discovering that the man is a convicted sex offender.

Now, after living alone away from the family since September 2020, Judge Mary Larkin at a family law court sitting has been told that the man can immediately move back into the family home.

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crazy that in Ireland he was forced to live apart 2 1/2 years.

Why? In the US he would have a dnc order in place. That judge that let him do that needs evaluated. (sarcasm)

Was his victim a minor? Here in the US I’ve always lived with my children, even after a nosy person saw I was on the registry and called CPS. CPS did a quick investigation and immediately cleared me. I still think in cases where people call CPS for nothing but harassment, their names should be given so one can sue them.

When I was first on lifetime probation, I had a Court Order allowing me to live at home with my family Unsupervised. But the PO I had said “I circumvented the system” and forced me to move out. Which if I hadn’t, I would have had to go back to the county where I was arrested to live.
It took me 12 years, 3 in prison, to finally get home.