If you are accused of failing to register as a sex offender, you face a serious legal challenge. Failure to register as a sex offender is, itself, a third-degree felony, and naturally follows at least one prior criminal conviction. Because rules regarding registration are fairly clear, it can be difficult to obtain leniency from the courts. Therefore, it’s important that you seek legal help following failure-to-register charges.
For experienced legal help regarding the sex offender registry, contact the attorneys of the Orlando, Florida, law firm of Moses and Rooth Attorneys at Law. We understand that the requirement to register with the sheriff’s office and the department of motor vehicles can be confusing, as are registration requirements regarding birth dates, relocations and other factors.
We Can Work to Get You Back in Compliance
There are numerous complicated issues related to the requirement to register as a sex offender. We can:
- Help you with deadlines under the registration statute
- Take steps that get you back into compliance
- Meet with prosecutors to show that you have previously been registered and that the failure to register was an error
- Help you meet the registration requirements if you are moving in or out of the state
Experienced Legal Help Following Failure to Register as a Sex Offender in Florida
We can also provide proactive help should you wish to move into or out of Florida, and work with your parole officer and others to ensure future compliance.
Due to the past sex-related criminal charge, a conviction for failing to register could result in prison time. Don’t take chances with your record and your freedom. Instead, contact our offices for a no-charge consultation on your failure-to-register arrest.