Jodi - posted on 07/08/2013




I find it very difficult to believe that something he did as a juvenile is still affecting the way he must live his life now unless he has been somehow assessed as still a potential danger to society. I think this would depend on the situation surrounding the nature of the sexual assault. This might be something you should discuss with a lawyer in more detail, because you haven't given a great deal of information about this sexual assault here. However, I would suggest that if a children's aid has called you specifically about this situation, and advised you he cannot be around your child unsupervised, then it must have been an extremely serious violation and you need to make sure your child's interests are your priority.

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