Sex-Offender Law May Cause New Problems Parole boards have begun to enforce a new California effort to impose strict residency requirements on sex offenders freed from prison. So far, nearly 3,000 parolees have been found to be in violation of the law.
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Sex-Offender Law May Cause New Problems

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Sex-Offender Law May Cause New Problems

Sex-Offender Law May Cause New Problems

Sex-Offender Law May Cause New Problems

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Parole boards have begun to enforce a new California effort to impose strict residency requirements on sex offenders freed from prison. So far, nearly 3,000 parolees have been found to be in violation of the law.

Judy Campbell reports for member station KQED.