At 24 years old, single and raising a 2-year-old son on her own, Sue has been playing the game for three years now and has been burned several times.
There was the jail inmate she said somehow messaged her, asking her for some commissary cash. Says he prefers women that are younger than him," Sue said.
If your significant other will be living with you and your children, they should go through a “reunification” process that involves the offender, a therapist, and the supervising agencies working together to determine if it is in the best interests of the offender and the children.
Because living with a sex offender when you have children can be complex, your best bet is to talk to your attorney about the laws and any restrictions or problems you may face.
Those convicted of some felony sex offenses are not eligible for a Certificate of Rehabilitation, and must register for the rest of their lives, unless they obtain a Governor’s Pardon.
If you are dating a sex offender in California there are certain laws and procedures that you should be aware of.
Should your significant other fail to register, it is a crime and a possible probation violation that could cause your significant other to face: Be aware that you significant other will face a maximum sentence of three years of incarceration for every time they violate registration laws.
Finding housing for a California registered sex offender may not be easy.
When and if they move to a new location, they will have to notify the police in the town where they are moving, and inform their current local police station of their intention to move.
Depending on the conviction, and if your significant other is homeless, they may be required to re-register with local law enforcement every 30 or 90 days.