The State of California has compiled a comprehensive list of sex offenders in the state.
Here’s what you need to know about them.
Sex Offenders Need to Have a Criminal Record to Apply for Housing in California: A sex offender’s criminal record is considered a major disqualifier to apply for a home or apartment in the State.
You can find more details about what constitutes a criminal record on the California Department of Justice’s website.
California’s Sex Offending Database Will Find Your Ex-Boyfriend and Make You a Sex Offense Offender: When a potential sex offender contacts you to ask about a potential home, apartment, or job, the database will find out if your ex-boyfriend is convicted of a felony, a misdemeanor, or a misdemeanor offense.
If your ex is convicted, you will be automatically considered a sex offender for life.
Sex Offense Crimes are Not Just a Crime, They Are a Crime in the Eyes of the Law: California law also protects you from being charged with a crime if you have sex with someone in a position of trust.
If you have sexual relations with someone who is not in a job or position of authority, or in a place of public trust, the person has no right to you.
You have to be at least 18 years old, and it is not a crime for someone to have sex in the presence of another person under your age.
If You Are Convicted, Your Conviction will Not Be a “Victim” of a Crime: If you are convicted, the sentence will not affect your ability to get a job, get a housing, or even get a place to live.
The crime you committed is not the crime you will receive.
You will still be able to get housing, but not a place.
The judge will still have to make a determination as to whether or not you will have a job.
California Sex Offenders Need to Know Their Rights: The law states that you have the right to refuse sex and have your life saved.
California also makes it illegal to do the following things with your body without your consent: Remove your clothes without permission.