Ruling may have vast effect on sex-offender registry, attorney says

SANTA ANA – A court ruling involving an Orange County case could result in hearings for thousands of California sex offenders seeking to have their names removed from the “Megan’s Law” registry, says an attorney who represents a sex offender.

California’s 4th District Court of Appeal found unconstitutional a state law that allows some sex offenders to have hearings for certificates of rehabilitation while denying that right to others.

Link to the Article: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/sex-539130-court-offender.html?page=1

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