If you are convicted of one or more specific sex crimes, you will face strict registration guidelines that require you to register for a period of 10 years to life with local authorities. Those crimes include:
Convicted sex offenders are required to register detailed information on themselves, their criminal history, probation or parole terms, current and intended professional licenses and other information with local authorities. This information will be available as public record. If the offender intends to move or spend a significant time out of state, he or she will be required to register in that state as well.
Although being accused of a sex crime can be very damaging to your life, reputation and career, being charged does not mean that you will be found guilty of the crime. It is important to remember that a foundation of our legal system is an accused individual is presumed innocent until proven guilty. But because penalties for a conviction of a sex crime can be severe, it is vital that you secure proven legal representation to aggressively defend you case toward the best result possible.
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