Steve Ipsen

victims' rights attorney

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Victims' rights attorney in private practice; former Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney, former president of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys and statewide Co-chair of Proposition 83

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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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Just three weeks ago, 70% of California voters approved tough new restrictions on sex offenders.

Implementing Jessica's Law

Just three weeks ago, 70% of California voters approved tough new restrictions on sex offenders.

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