Last week, a federal judge in
The Californians Against Sexual Exploitation Act, which was passed by 81 percent of
However, a lawsuit filed by two anonymous plaintiffs and a handful of interested non-profit groups immediately following the passage of Proposition 35, argued that the law violated the First Amendment free speech and free association rights of California's sex offenders.
"It is undisputed that speech by sex offenders who have completed their terms of probation or parole enjoys the full protection of the First Amendment," Judge Thelton Henderon wrote in his order, referencing a 1991 ruling that struck down a
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