Sex Offenders: State Law and Local Ordinances

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Just two percent of sex offenders commit more than one crime, according to the State Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. But state law, passed by the voters, requires that they register publicly and sets residential restrictions for the rest of their lives. Four cities in Orange County have recently been sued for ordinances going beyond state law. We hear from attorneys and a registered sex offender.




Warren Olney