Friday, September 27, 2013

CA - People v. Williams

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Defendant stipulated he was convicted, on December 19, 1984, of a felony sex offense and the conviction gave rise to an obligation he register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. Registration documents state that the registrant must register annually within five days of his or her birthday. Within five days of moving to a new city or county, a registrant must re-register their new address. He or she also must re-register within five days of changing addresses in the same city. Defendant complied with his annual registration obligations from July 8, 1999 through July 15, 2003, registering his address as 628 South San Julian Street, Los Angeles, a transitional living facility called Volunteers of America (VOA). On August 20, 2003, defendant, having moved, registered his address as 1940 West 79th Street in Los Angeles, his mother's house. He again registered that address in 2004, 2005, and 2006. From July 12, 2007 to June 30, 2010, defendant annually registered his address as 6058 Hazelhurst Place, Apartment 10, in North Hollywood. When defendant registered on June 30, registering Officer Robert Greenbaum of the Los Angeles Police Department had defendant read the registration requirements. Defendant affixed his initials to the document indicating he understood the requirements. After June 30, 2010, defendant did not register as a transient at the VOA address; at 8118 Western Avenue in Los Angeles (his girlfriend's house); or at 1940 West 79th Street in Los Angeles (his mother's house). He registered an address change to 77th Street on January 28, 2011. On June 29, 2011, he registered the same address for his annual registration.

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