My husband had to register in Colorado as a juvenile sex offender at the age of 13. Did his treatment. Came to nc as a adult and they made him register as a adult. He didn’t understand but did so. Sheriff came to check address and a family member stated he didn’t stay there out of fear. They placed out two warrants. Soon as he found out he turned himself in. They made his bond $20,000 he bonded out for him to go to court the following day to raise it to $100,000 and lock him back up. He stays in the home he registered in. But the main thing he completed his treatment as a juvenile. Why is it still following him?
This is a very complicated matter with a lot of details-- you definitely want to contact a sex offense attorney to straighten this out.
Yes, there is a chance he can get the “failure to register” charge dismissed- IF he has a lawyer defending him. The family member who “lied out of fear” is going to need to man up/woman up and help fix this. In court.. Getting people out of registration requirements can be messy particularly when they were convicted of a crime in a different state.. Has he ever contacted a CO attorney to review the laws abdvregistration requirements there and to try to have him no longer required to be on CO registry? Sounds like he will need to do so ASAP plus get a lawyer to assist him with problems cause by relative here in NC..
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