One of these updates to Oklahoma law was named the “Justice for Danyelle Act of 2018.” It was named after a girl whose molester lived next door to her. HB 1124 expands the places where a sex offender can’t loiter or live. A sex offender now may not live within a 2,000 ft radius of the residence of his or her victim. A sex offender is now prohibited from loitering within 1,000 ft of his or her victim if:
- the person who committed a sex crime against the victim has been convicted of said crime, and
- the person is required to register pursuant to the Sex Offenders Registration Act.
A sex offender now can’t live within a 2,000 ft radius of a “family child care home.” This change came from HB 3330.
These changes went into effect on November 1, 2018.
Arrested for a sex crime in Oklahoma? Call Oklahoma sex crime attorney Frank Urbanic in OKC at 405-633-3420.