I was convicted of rape in Georgia that was committed before the year 2003 now I'm being released from a transitional center where i work in the community everyday without supervision and am going to be released to my home in Detroit with my wife..will my conditions and stipulations be different from a sex offender sentenced after 2003?
Unless i have missed something you remain under the jurisdiction of the Georgia court which will have control over you. It is likely that you will have to be registered as a prior sex offender on your move to Michigan, therefore you will require Georgia and Michigan counsel who will be able to advise you only upon being presented with all of the relevant facts and circumstances.
Sounds like you are doing well, keep it up and good luck!
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