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CNN A group of registered sex offenders has sued a Georgia sheriff over signs planted in their yards to warn trick-or-treaters not to visit their doorsteps on Halloween. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.
Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. ATLANTA — A federal judge has issued a ruling favoring - in part - three registered sex offenders who sued the Butts County Sheriffcalling the "no trick-or-treat" signs the sheriff placed in their yards an abuse of power. Last year, Butts County Sheriff Gary Long had deputies place the signs in the yards of the registered sex offenders in the days leading up to Halloween, alerting parents and trick-or-treaters that they should avoid those homes.
Judge Marc T. No Trick-or-Treat at this address!! Long said in a statement posted to Facebook. The three men — Christopher Reed, Reginald Holden and Corey McClendon — sued the sheriff last month after deputies placed signs in their yards shortly before Halloween in
By Snejana Farberov For Dailymail. A group of registered sex offenders in Georgia are suing a local sheriff, accusing him of violating their constitutional rights by placing 'No Trick-Or-Treat At This Address!! Three men who served time in prison for sexual offenses targeting children - and who now all reside in Butts County - on September 24 filed a federal lawsuit against Sheriff Gary Long and many of his deputies over the Halloween warning signs.
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Photo: Butts County Sheriff's Office. There are more than registered sex offenders in Butts County, Georgia, which is roughly 55 miles southeast of Atlanta. Long has plans to plant those yard signs again this year, but three of those sex offenders have filed a lawsuit in a Georgia federal court, arguing that the Sheriff's Department is violating their right to privacy.
Sex Offender Special Conditions of Supervision. Offenders shall have no contact, whatsoever directly in person or indirectly through any means of communication or through employment, volunteer activity or otherwise with any child under the age of 18, including your own children, nor with any person unable to give consent because of mental or emotional limitations. If the offender has incidental contact with children, the offender will be civil and courteous to the child and immediately remove himself or herself from the situation. The offender shall discuss the contact at his or her next meeting with their community supervision officer.
A group of registered sex offenders in Georgia is suing a county sheriff's office for placing signs in their front yards warning residents not to trick-or-treat at their homes on Halloween. Butts County Sheriff Gary Long's office placed the large white signs in the offenders' yards last Halloween and had plans to do it again this year, but the federal class-action lawsuit filed in U. District Court in Macon, Georgia, hopes to stop it.
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