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Failure to properly register may be a felony and may count as a "Third Strike."Q.Is the information on the Megan's Law database accurate? Many of the sex offender registrants on the database have failed to comply with California's registration laws, and therefore the zip code listed for some offenders may not be up-to-date.Since the database has been available, the public has helped law enforcement identify offenders who are not registered with the correct address.

Victoria knew the story, which Du Buc described as “play-acting sex,” in elementary school, with her younger step-siblings.

Online browsers would see only the words on the page: “”A senior in college now, Du Buc was tired of hiding.

”Her friend, who had just given birth to a baby girl, had logged on to the Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry Web site to search for local predators.

She had entered her Zip Code, and there was Leah’s face—her copper bangs, her wide cheeks, her brown eyes staring blankly from the photograph.

In order to prevent a similar tragedy from occurring in the future, on September 6, 1996, California State Assembly Bill 1562 was adopted, implementing California's version of the federal "Megan's Law."For more information, visit the California Megan's Law Database On December 15, 2004, the public was given the ability to view sex offenders on the new internet state operated Megan's Law Web site.

This web site was the result of California Assembly Bill 488 being signed into law on September 24, 2004.

She wanted everyone to know what it was like to join the many thousands of people across the country who are on the registry—often decades into adulthood—for crimes they committed as children.

“After reading my very condensed life story,” she wrote, “I am convinced you will agree that I am a strong, determined young woman, who has risen above the obstacles which have been set in my path.” On an April morning, she published the essay, titled “So, Who is Leah Du Buc Anyway? When I visited Du Buc in Howell last summer, I had already spoken to a number of people who had been accused of sex offenses as juveniles and ended up on a public registry.

Megan's Law is named after seven-year-old Megan Kanka, a New Jersey girl who was raped and killed by a known child molester who had moved across the street from the family without their knowledge.

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