Sex Crime Registration

Knowledgeable Attorneys and Judge required to handle Molestation jury trial (CA Penal Code §11165.1(A))

We all know that the justice system doesn’t always work the way that it should. The work of Project Innocence has proved this to be true – juries don’t always understand their instructions or the evidence before them.  But in the case of Valentin Carbajal, a man accused of molesting both his stepdaughter and daughter, CA Penal Code 11165.1(A), it was the judge who made a bad matter worse.  In 2007, Carbajal was tried on 3 counts of molestation concerning his stepdaughter. The jury involved was asked to determine whether he was also guilty of 9 other charges concerning his actual...

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Sex Crime Attorneys Believe Pocket Parks are Overly Restrictive

There is no doubt that California’s sex offender registry requirement (CA Penal Code, §290.46) has always been a hotly debated topic, but in Los Angeles, citizens seem to have taken matters into their own hands.  In the Harbor Gateway area, plans are in the works to build one of the state’s smallest parks – a "pocket park" of 1,000 square feet – specifically in order to keep registered sex offenders from living in proximity to the region.  Many individuals on California’s sex offender registry have been forced into homelessness – a situation in which it may be impossible for them...

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