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Sex offender parolees not required to post 'do not disturb' signs on Halloween

Last year, a Chula Vista sex offender parolee was instructed to post a “do not disturb” sign in front of his residence on Halloween night to ward off trick-or-treaters.  What followed was a lawsuit filed by the California Reform Sex Offender Laws organization, as well as the parolee in San Diego...
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