Sex Offender Registration Violations

Experienced Alabama Sex Crime Lawyer

While all sex crimes warrant serious penalties, a conviction for certain offenses will lead to mandatory registration as a sex offender. If you have been order to register as sex offender, it is very important that you not only register with your local sheriff's office every year, but also that you do not violate the terms of registration in any way. Committing any sort of violation in regards to registering as a sex offender can lead to additional legal penalties, charges, and may even land you back in jail or prison.

Types of Violations

There are a number of sex offender violations that could result in additional criminal charges or penalties. These violations include:

  • Loitering around a school , playground, or any other place where children congregate
  • Living too close to a school
  • Working at a place where children are present or are likely to be present, i.e. a school, daycare, summer camp, pediatrician's office, or coaching a little league team or youth soccer team
  • Living with a minor (if the victim was under 12 years old). There are some exceptions to this rule; such as if the victim was older than 12 and the minor is the defendant's child, step-child, or grandchild.
  • Failing to register or re-register
  • Violating probation or parole
  • Registering with a false name, address, or employment information

Defense Attorney Steven Eversole

If you have been charged for committing a sex offender violation, it is very important to speak with a knowledgeable attorney right away. As an experienced Alabama sex crime lawyer, I am very familiar with the laws regarding sex offender registration, and can defend you against any charges you may be facing as a result of a violation. Although law enforcement officials and the courts want to believe the worst, I believe my clients when they tell why they violated their registration, as it is not always intentional. Should you choose to retain my services, I promise to do whatever I can to protect your rights, and help you resolve your case in the best possible outcome.

For more information about sex offender registration violations, please contact Alabama sex crime attorney Steven Eversole today!