Failure to Register
When convicted of certain sexual offenses, you may be required to register as a sexual offender. At certain times, such as when you move, you must re-register. Failing to do so can result in additional criminal charges and potentially severe penalties.
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Failure to Register Defense Considerations
The registration of a person as a sex offender carries considerable social stigma that can make it difficult to find a home, form personal relationships or obtain employment.
The charge of "failure to register" is sometimes made in circumstances in which registration may not be required or may already have been done. Moreover, it is not uncommon for this charge to be filed against you without your knowledge.
Defense against this charge should be handled by legal counsel with experience in the defense of the charge that originally resulted in the registration. Additionally, under certain circumstances, it may be possible to appeal sex charge convictions.
If you are facing potential failure to register charges, it is critical that you use a legal defense team with specific experience both in sexual registration, the original offense that resulted in the registration and possibly writs and appeals. Call us at any time at (800) 209-4331 for a free, confidential initial consultation. Early intervention is critical to obtaining the best results.