Re: Sex Offender Registration After Moving to A Different State
Until he is released from all supervised release, he is subject to the terms and conditions of his probation or parole in California. If he has failed to report or failed to obtain proper legal permission to move out of state, he is in violation of his release. The fact that no one told him he could NOT move is not the same as having permission to do so.
If all they want is for him to come back, he is lucky. They might be able to violate him and send him back to jail or off to prison (depending on the offense and the sentencing). It may also be that the compact request for supervision in KS was rejected (if it was applied for). Many states do not want to supervise someone else's sexual predator ... it is never a good idea.
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