Since New Jersey led the way in 1994, many states have enacted so-called Megan’s Laws, which establish public online registries of individuals who have been convicted of a sex-based offense. California’s version of Megan’s Law is codified as California Penal Code § 290.46.
Section 290.46 requires all convicted sex offenders to register with the state’s sex-offender Registry. California then publishes
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