Janice Bellucci

California Reform Sex Offender Laws

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Attorney based in Santa Maria and president of California Reform Sex Offender Laws, an organization "dedicated to restoring civil rights for those accused and/or convicted of sex crimes"

Janice Bellucci on KCRW

The California legislature is considering changing the sex offender registry law. It would remove some low-level offenders from the registry. Now, they’re on it for life.

California considers letting low level sex offenders off the lifetime registry

The California legislature is considering changing the sex offender registry law. It would remove some low-level offenders from the registry. Now, they’re on it for life.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Jessica's Law  passed nine years ago with 70% of the vote. The goal was to protect future victims from repeat sex offenders.

Jessica's Law and the Civil Rights of Sex Offenders

Jessica's Law passed nine years ago with 70% of the vote. The goal was to protect future victims from repeat sex offenders.

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The state is relaxing the restrictions on where registered sex offenders can live.

New Sex Offender Laws

The state is relaxing the restrictions on where registered sex offenders can live.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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