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Judge: Sex Offender Must Sell House, Move

Apparently the man owned the home, and had a lawyer (criminal case), why would the lawyer allow him to do this? The home was not forfeited, and he could have rented it and lived elsewhere. Checked for appeal and there was none. Constitutional rights were violated by the court here, no doubt.

8-16-2012 Texas:

REFUGIO -- A convicted sex offender has been ordered to sell his house and relocate after pleading guilty to having sexual contact with a 5-year-old girl last summer.

Raymond Ramirez Sr., 65, was sentenced to six months in jail and ten years probation, one of the conditions of which requires him to "sell and relocate from his current residence on or before 10-18-12."

Ramirez's house on Wales Road is about a quarter mile down the road from a child daycare center.

As part of his probation, Ramirez must visit regularly with a probation officer, have no contact with children and abide by a nightly curfew. ..Source.. by Mike Manzoni

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