I reviewed an article regarding a law passed in November 2010 by Los Angeles County Superior court that grants sex offenders (if approved by a judge) the right to live near schools, day cares, parks, etc. The ruling was that conditions of Jessica's Law were unconstitutional. I was convicted of 243.4 (e)(1), it did not involve a minor, and I've been compliant since my conviction 5 years before.
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It's my understanding that because of these decisions the residency requirements are not being enforced in many counties. Check with your sex registration office. If it is being enforced then consider a writ.
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A petition for writ of habeas corpus is a proper means for challenging a condition of parole. (See e.g. In re E.J. (2010) 47 Cal.4th 1258 [parolees who were registered sex offenders filed petitions for writ of habeas corpus challenging parole condition barring them from residing within 2000 feet of any school or park where children regularly gather.
There are ways of going about this, but you will definitely need an attorney to handle this matter for you.
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