Category: Sex Offender Registration
Will the community always be notified of the presence of a sex offender?
States have different laws on community notification of a sex offender’s presence. Typically, the public may browse the state registry on the Internet or at law enforcement offices. In some jurisdictions, notification may be more active and police may contact individuals and businesses in a neighborhood to alert them.…read more »
Who must register as a sex offender?
Generally, any adult or juvenile who has been convicted of a certain sex offense, who is on active supervision for a sex offense or who has been committed as a sexually violent predator must register with the state law enforcement agency as a sex offender. The duration of the offender’s…read more »
About Lawrence Koplow
Lawrence Koplow exclusively practices criminal defense. We are experienced sex crime defenders, led by a former Arizona prosecutor. The mission of our firm is to defend those falsely accused of crimes and help those who have been “overcharged.”…
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