The best way to fight against a failure to register or violation of sex offender probation charge is to hire an experienced and aggressive Orlando Sex Offender Registration Lawyer. Thomas Feiter is a former prosecutor and is Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law. He was named the Board Certified Lawyer of the Year for the entire State of Florida in 2015.
If you are convicted of certain types of sex crimes, you will be required to register as a sex offender or sexual predator for the rest of your life. If you violate or fail to register, the consequence will be significant unless you can mitigate the reasons why. Some of the crimes that require registration include one or more of the following:
You have to register when you are convicted of any of the above, conspiracies to commit any of them, attempts to commit any of them, and solicitations to commit any of them. The only way around not having to register is to receive either a pardon from the governor or post conviction relief.
You must report several times a year in person, always inform the State where you live, what cars you drive, disclose all internet e-mail usage, you will have restrictions on where you can live and where you can go, you will have a curfew and you will have to maintain a driving log.
If you fail to comply with registration requirements, you can be charged with a felony (for the failure to register).
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has a great website with useful information that may answer a lot of your questions. Click here to be redirected there.
Call us today at (407) 344-4837 to discuss how we might be able to put together your defense strategy. You will need an experienced and aggressive Orlando Sex Offender Registration Lawyer on your side.
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