About 80 men say they call Miami's Julia Tuttle Causeway home because a Miami-Dade law restricts where people convicted of sex crimes with minors can live.
The head of Florida's American Civil Liberties Union says she is "worried sick" about a group of 70 sex offenders forced to live under a state bridge in Miami.
A growing colony of sex offenders says members are being forced to live as outcasts under a Miami causeway because of strict sexual predator laws.
Convicted sex offenders who have been living under the Julia Tuttle Causeway bridge in Miami learned Sunday that they are being evicted.
At least five released sex offenders are living under a bridge connecting Miami and Miami Beach because they can find no other home.