Legal Advice for “sex offender” — 78 results
Written by attorney Michael P Sheehy, about 1 year ago.
A Juvenile sex conviction has short and long-term consequences including confinement, registration as a sex offender, and court ordered sexual deviancy treatment. Removing the stain of a... more
Written by attorney George Yates, 8 months ago.
Have you been accused of committing a Sex Crime? Are you under investigation?
Have you been charged with Indecent Exposure, Solicitation such as Prostitution or Human Trafficking, Rape... more
Written by attorney Ray Richards, 3 months ago.
Just any criminal defense lawyer will do...wont work for a defendant charged with a sex crime! In Michigan there are even post conviction consequences for life should a defendant be listed... more
Written by attorney Elisabeth Pasqualini, over 1 year ago.
Most foreign countries do not come close to having the same standards apply for sexual offender registration and community notification as are currently applied in the United States.... more
Written by attorney George Murphy, 3 months ago.
If you live in Texas and have been convicted of a sex crime, it is likely that you will have to register on the state sex offender database. It is important to ensure that you do this in a... more
Written by attorney Brian M. Fishman, about 2 years ago.
In December 2012, Pennsylvania's newest version of Megan's Law (also known as, "SORNA") will go into effect. It's draconian, unfair, over broad and casts way to big a net. I'll discuss some... more
Written by attorney Kresta Nora Daly, almost 2 years ago.
When the internet first began to emerge in the 1990s it brought with it endless possibilities for progress and new development.Unfortunately it also brought with it equally endless... more
Written by attorney Brandon Hudson, almost 2 years ago.
If you were accused of a sex offense, it is imperative that you understand the laws and penalties regarding these crimes. Taking a strong stand against these allegations could make all the... more
Written by attorney Paul Takakjian, about 2 years ago.
As a former sex crimes prosecutor who has defended individuals charged with sex offenses for more than 25 years, I'm often asked what steps a person should take when he learns thathe is the... more
Written by attorney Darren Kavinoky, over 4 years ago.
Under California law, individuals convicted of certain sex crimes are required to register as sex offenders. This requirement, which carries considerable social stigma, is for life, so it's... more
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