Attorney General Opinion
here for twelve page document answers the following
March 31, 2005
Dear Senator Crain:
This office has received your request for an official Attorney
General Opinion in which you ask, in effect, the following
1. Are the residency
restrictions of the Sex Offenders Registration Act in 57 O.S.
Supp.2004, § 590, unconstitutionally vague?
2. Do the Sex
Offenders Registration Act's residency restrictions prohibit a
registered sex offender from residing within a 2,000-foot radius of
a school or educational institution if he or she lived there prior
to being convicted of a crime for which registration is
3. If the answer to
Question 2 is yes, how may the residency restriction be
4. Would any of the
answers change if the sex offender moved into the residence and/or
was convicted before the effective date of Section 590 of Title 57
(November 1, 2003)?