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June 26, 2006

TRO issued concerning Georgia sex offender residency restriction

In this post, TalkLeft has lots of background on a TRO issued today by U.S. District Judge Clarence Cooper to prevent the application of new law due to go into effect in Georgia on July 1.  The law, available here, prohibits anyone on the state's sex offender registry from living within 1,000 feet of any school bus stop.  Here is an AP story with a bit more on the ruling.

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my problem is that my boyfriend is on probation. hes on probation for forgery becouse he went to jail drunk and used his brother name and signed out in his brother name.any way hese been on felony probation for 4 years before they revocated it and now he has 5 more years.now he hasnt reported in 5 months and they want to send him for 2 years in pdc is it any way u can give me some tips

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