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Girlfriend: Registered Drug Offender

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[Southern California]


My girlfriend, who is a "Registered Drug Offender" is moving in
with me. I am aware of her history, and welcome her with
open arms.

My question is:

What rights do I lose (or give up), if any, by having her live with

I love her dearly, and I am happy she is moving in. However, I
also value my right to privacy.

I realize that it is a somewhat general question, but I would
like to find out what I can('t) look forward too.




Senior Member
If she is on probation or under court supervision, forget about any privacy. The police have the legal right to search your home without notice and without warrant. That is a stipulation of allowing a convicted person live in your house. And one moment of weakness by her could land you in jail. Lets see, home searches, odds of arrest and having a criminal record have gone up dramatically, thats about it.

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