Marietta Sex Offender Registry Lawyer
Advocating For Sex Offender Registry Removal in Georgia
Laws regarding individuals on the sex offender registry dictate where registered offenders can live and work and is a severe social stigma for all who are on the register. Now, there are some circumstances where some persons on the register can petition for removal from the list.
Frye Law Group, LLC is an experienced criminal defense firm in Marietta that regularly helps registered sex offenders get removed from the registry. Our team is dedicated to taking a detailed look at your situation and advocating for your rights.
If you have questions about how to get removed from the sex offender registry in Georgia? Contact Frye Law Group, LLC to learn more about your options today.
What is the sex offender registry?
There’s one that’s both national and there’s one in the state of Georgia as well as one in every state. Essentially, it is a list of people who’ve ever committed a sexual offense. What it does is it keeps a list where you have certain places that you can live and not live which involves school bus stops and schools and playgrounds and swimming pools. It can severely curtail where you can live and work.
Any sex offense in Georgia that you’re convicted of that’s not a misdemeanor usually involves this sex offender registry and oftentimes once you’re on it, you can never get off even if you move to another state. It's also public so people can look it up on the internet an there have been instances where people have been their houses have vandalized just because they appear on that registry. It doesn’t matter if you’ve already done time or completed your sentence you still appear on the registry.
What Are the Qualifications TO Be Removed From the Sex Offender Registry?
A chance at removal from the registry is for persons who are at low risk to re-offend and have completed their sentences for their crimes.
Other considerations for registry removal are:
- There was no weapon or physical restraint used in the original crime and no bodily harm done
- There are no other sex offense convictions
- The offense is now a misdemeanor, with the offender 18 years old or less and the victim was at least 14
Those with false imprisonment and kidnapping convictions without any other sex offenses also have the possibility of removal from the registry.
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Are you wondering if you qualify for a chance to get removed from the sex offender registry?
Looking to get removed from the sex offender registry? Give us a (770) 637-4555 or contact us online to schedule an initial case evaluation.
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