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    RyanPaul is offline Junior Member
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    Sex Offender question

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Missouri

    My friend is a registered sex offender and his probation officer is not letting him see his 18 year old girlfriend. Hes 20 and has not been in any trouble since is registration. His girlfriend has a daughter and has never been in any trouble. Is his probation officer violating his rights?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanPaul View Post
    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Missouri

    My friend is a registered sex offender and his probation officer is not letting him see his 18 year old girlfriend. Hes 20 and has not been in any trouble since is registration. His girlfriend has a daughter and has never been in any trouble. Is his probation officer violating his rights?

    How old is the child?

    What was the offense?
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    Most sex offenders are not allowed to be close to children.
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    I couldn't find it with a quick search but the restrictions I did see are very similar (nearly verbatim) of another state I do know of that certain registrants are not allowed to be involved (such as a dating relationship) with a person that has a minor child. I suspect Missouri has a similar restriction.

    If your friend is not a jerk about it, he might ask his PO what law allows him to place such a restriction. I think it might do your friend good to know where to find the restriction applicable to him so he does not accidentally do something he isn't supposed to.
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    Thank you very much for the advice The child is a minor and we are going to talk to his PO.

    Thanks again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanPaul View Post
    Thank you very much for the advice The child is a minor and we are going to talk to his PO.

    Thanks again!



    Mom is 18 - of COURSE the child is a minor...there was actually a REASON for the questions you were asked.

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