Violation of Sex Offender Registration Requirement
Once convicted of a sex offense, a person typically must register as a sex offender. This can entail potential limitations on where one can live, computer use, medical treatment, travel, interacting with children, and public notification of one’s status. With such limitations, it’s possible for a person to breach the restrictions and face potential additional charges. A strong defense can help point out if a person needs additional treatment or might have a simple explanation for why the charge has been filed.