Criminal justice leaders seek to end lifetime registry for low-risk sex offenders in California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — It’s been nearly four decades since a 25-year-old Frank Lindsay landed on California’s sex offender registry after he pleaded no contest to improperly touching a girl under 14. He has not committed another crime since then, but state law requires Lindsay’s name to remain on the registry, which the public can see on…

One Response to Criminal justice leaders seek to end lifetime registry for low-risk sex offenders in California

  1. William Hicks June 19, 2017 at 9:45 am

    CORRECTION:
    Frank Lindsay has not been caught breaking the law in 25 years. That’s not the same as NOT breaking the law.

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