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Fifty-four sex offenders live within two miles of the Santa Barbara Independent’s Figueroa Street offices.
Their mugshots, height, weight, ethnicity, eye color, home addresses, criminal charges, and date they were released from jail are listed on the Megan’s Law website. California lawmakers voted last year to reduce the length of time required for sex-offender registration.
Adam Pearlman was a prosecutor in the 1990s and now is a criminal-defense attorney representing people convicted of all types of sex crimes.
He said people charged with child pornography tend to be antisocial and secluded in their homes.
The new state law mandates sex offenders to be distinguished by the severity of their crime.
Tier 1 crimes require 10-year registration for misdemeanants and felons who commit nonviolent crimes (or five years for minors).
Across the county criminal justice system, no one was able to provide an estimate on the number who could petition the courts to remove their names from the registry.
The California Department of Justice did not return inquiries about county-specific data by deadline.
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“You could download child porn in a matter of 10 minutes,” he said.
Beginning in 2021, the sex offender registry will be more refined.
While she supported the law to tier types of offenses, Dudley argued that getting rid of the registry altogether would be a threat to victims and public safety.
She recalled one case where investigators used a photograph on the registry to track down a man who had committed three heinous rapes.
This means a sizeable number of Santa Barbara County registrants will no longer be tracked or publicly identified.