CALIFORNIA SEX OFFENDERS NOT BEING MONITORED
Probation – And May Never Have To Complete Treatment
It was intended to reduce the caseload for probation officers so they could focus on rehabilitating convicts and “to end wasteful spending,” but some say a new law is letting child sex predators off early – in some cases before they complete rehabilitation.
AB-1950, the probation reform bill that took effect this year, limits probation for misdemeanors to up to one-year, and for most felonies, up to two-years probation. There are exclusions for some of the most serious crimes, but as the law is being implemented, critics point to a loophole for crimes involving child predators.
One victim, we’ll refer to as Jane Doe, says her abuse began shortly after her stepfather died. Doe says her new soccer coach quickly stepped in to fill that father figure role…….
DAWG SAYS: FOR SOME REASON CALIFORNIA HAS THIS TREMENDOUS SOFT SPOT FOR SEX OFFENDERS.