Depends on the underlying charges and conduct. I doubt future dangerousness has anything to do with you paying all your financial obligations and doing what you were told on probation. See your lawyer--the one that represented you in the underlying case. See if there is any legal relief from registration.
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Extremely, extremely low. Sex offender registration issues are not simply confined to the acts or behavior of the individual. They are political hot button issues that go well beyond the "official" statutory requirements and are purely subject to the individual judge's desire to deal with the fallout from his or her decision. An experienced local criminal defense attorney is only one member of the whole team of advocates that you will need to help you with this matter. Now even with this somber news, do NOT let this dose of reality stop you from trying. The task is monumental, but not impossible.
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