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Empowering Voices, Ensuring Justice: Insights and Updates on Sexual Abuse Legal Battles

What Is California’s Megan’s Law and How Does It Protect People?

Since 2004, sex offenders have been required to register with local law enforcement under California’s Megan’s Law. As a result, the public is able to view sex offender registries containing identifying information for those convicted of certain sex crimes. Before Megan’s Law, this information was only available by personally visiting police stations and sheriff offices or calling a toll-free number.

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