Irvine’s Law Barring Sex Offenders From Entering Parks is Ruled Unconstitutional

The City of Irvine has a municipal code section, 4-14-803, that used to bar registered sex offenders from entering a city park without prior city permission if the victim of the offense was a minor.  In 2012, a man entered the park without prior permission and was thereafter prosecuted for a misdemeanor.  He argued that the local ordinance was unconstitutional because the state scheme for regulating city employees was so comprehensive as to intend to regulate the issue completely.  How did this argument fair?  Click on the following link to find out.

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