Oct. 18, 2022 – In re T.O. (4th Dist. Div. 2, E077783)

The Court of Appeal holds that the plain language of PC 290.008 makes clear that sex offender registration is only required for those juvenile offenders committed and discharged or paroled from the DJJ; it does not apply to juvenile offenders, like appellant, who are committed to local secure facilities even following S.B. 823, which codified the plan to close the DJJ.