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That fact emerged in the Orange County criminal case of addiction specialist Phillip Marquez Blanco, who in July 2007, saw a young female hooker walking on Whittier Boulevard and, in a bank parking lot in the middle of the day, got two blow jobs for $15 inside his SUV, according to court records.
Unfortunately for Blanco, an off-duty fire fighter saw the conduct and notified police, who made an arrest of the 46-year-old man.
Blanco, a resident of Anaheim, eventually pleaded guilty to engaging in unlawful sex with a minor--the girl had been just 15 years old. Superior Court Judge Richard Stanford, Jr. accepted the plea in March 2010, but the defendant later changed his mind and sought to overturn it. He claimed he was unaware that he'd have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life in addition to a 180-day jail sentence.
Stanford said too bad and Blanco appealed.
This week, a California Court of Appeal based in Santa Ana considered and rejected Blanco's argument.
It really wasn't a difficult decision. The justices noted that the defendant had initialed this statement on his plea form: "I understand I will have to register [as a sex offender] for the rest of my life if I work, attend school or reside in California."
Upshot: Blanco won't ever be allowed to live within 2,000 feet of a school or public park or anywhere near places where children regularly gather.
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