Criminal law — sex offender registration, residency

Where the defendant is charged with failing to register within three days of establishing a residence in a county, the state must prove that the defendant had resided there for at least three days as an essential element of the crime.The 1st District Appellate Court reversed the decision of Cook County Circuit Judge Charles P. Burns.Close to 11 a.m. on Feb 19, 2014, Chicago police officers Jose Barrios and Pat Cane noticed a …

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