A 105-year-to-life sentence cannot stand because standard jury instructions asked jurors to determine whether, based on his prior sex offense conviction, the defendant had a propensity
A new law intended to thwart international sex tourism and sex trafficking has survived a constitutional challenge, at least for now. U.S. District Judge Phyllis
A federal appeals court has blocked enforcement of a voter-approved California law that required registered sex offenders to disclose their Internet identities and online accounts
California can’t enforce a voter-approved law requiring registered sex offenders to disclose their Internet identities and online accounts to police so they can be tracked.