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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Banishment from San Francisco Upheld as Condition of Supervised Release

Martin shaun

My colleague, Shaun Martin, has a post on this case over at California Appellate Report, in which he asks an interesting question--is this guy really better off living in Oakland? The district court judge anticipated this argument but thought that even a little distance between the defendant and his former gang would be worthwhile. The Ninth Circuit's opinion upholding the condition is here.

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Just had the same case. And here's what client told me about it, "with all of the talk about Sex Offender Legislation I don’t hear any discussions about requiring Rental Property Owners being required to letting new prospective renters with children know that they are renting to a registered sex offender in the same rental property,or next door.

My daughter living in Golden Colorado moved into a duplex with her 17 year old son and 13 year old daughter after finding out that a registered sex offender lived right next door in the same duplex. If my daughter had know that in advance, she would never have moved in.

How about some attention being paid to this scenario?"

Posted by: Tampa criminal lawyer | Sep 23, 2009 11:06:00 PM

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