They will have to renew this registration every time they move to another residence, and yearly within five days of their birthday.
When and if they move to a new location, they will have to notify the police in the town where they are moving, and inform their current local police station of their intention to move.
Because living with a sex offender when you have children can be complex, your best bet is to talk to your attorney about the laws and any restrictions or problems you may face.
Still, protecting kids from predators with unprecedented access to them is important; there is no debate there.
The question is how much good will be done by banning sex offenders from online venues populated with kids.
At Wallin & Klarich, our attorneys have over 30 years of experience successfully defending our clients in sex crimes cases, and we have a thorough knowledge of the laws and restrictions that you will be dealing with.
With offices in Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, Victorville, West Covina, Torrance, and Sherman Oaks, we have been able to help many of our clients receive rehabilitation certificates and Governor’s Pardons.
These are just a few of the both real world and imagined scenarios that have inspired attempts in recent weeks to restrict registered sex offenders from social networking, virtual gaming and online dating.