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Failing to register as a sex offender can have serious consequences, including imprisonment in some states. Many sexual related crimes require a convicted person to register as a sex offender. Whenever the registered sex offender moves, he or she typically must re-register in the most current jurisdiction.
Failure to comply with sex offender registration rules prescribed in a particular jurisdiction will lead to additional criminal charges and, if convicted, further penalties. Failing to maintain up to date sex offender registration only compounds your problems by adding further criminal penalties.
Lawyers know that failing to register as a sex offender often stems from the defendant's misunderstanding or a total lack of knowledge of their registration requirements. For example, a defendant may have completed his or her sex offender registration requirements in one particular state, but by relocating to another state, they are again required to register in their residing state. The defendant may assume the new state has the same registration rules or that sex offender registration is automatically transferred when moving.
Top lawyers know how to defend a sex offender who failed to register or keep his/her registration current. However, you must find an attorney who is familiar with these situations and knows how to deal with them. Our attorneys often run up against these problems where the laws of one jurisdiction conflict with those of other states.
Requirements vary from state to state. It is important to seek lawyers familiar with the various registration requirements. Obtaining attorneys is just as important when accused with Failure to Register as a Sex Offender it was when defending the original case.
People convicted of sexual or violent crimes often do not understand the registration requirements of sex or violent offender registries. They often knowingly compound their problems with additional criminal charges by failing to follow registration rules.
An experienced attorney with a background in these cases and sexual and violent criminal defense can often dramatically reduce the penalties from failing to register as a sex offender.
LibertyBell Law Group was founded by a group of criminal defense attorneys with a track record of getting the best pleas and winning cases. Our lawyers grew frustrated with the fact that thousands of people still suffer life-altering consequences because they do not have the ability to mount an adequate defense.
Our lawyers united as a team to level the playing field. We hand-picked only the foremost top lawyers in sex offender registration defense. Our attorneys have extensive experience in sensitive and highly challenging sex crime cases.
Our lawyers are legal veterans with all of the resources they need to get the best ending to your case. Our powerful legal force of defense attorneys are available and affordable.
You can now draw on the combined expertise and resources of many top attorneys with one goal -- getting the best possible result for your case. We stand ready to defend you both inside and outside the courtroom.
Early intervention is the key to our mutual success. Call us now at 855-LAW-PRO1 (855-529-7761) for a free consultation with one of our criminal lawyers.
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