If you are convicted of a sex crime in Albany, New York, you are likely to be required to register as a sex offender. Contact an Albany sex crimes attorney at The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC if you are concerned about sex offender registration and want to investigate changing your sex offender registration level.
What does the Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA) mean to you as a suspect in a sex offense case or as someone already convicted of a sex crime? If you are listed on the registry, you will then be searchable — and identified as a sex offender — by anyone via the Internet by name, county or zip code.
The Office of Sex Offender Management (OSOM), a branch of the New York Division of Criminal Justice Services, states on its Web site that its primary goal is “to protect the public, ensure that the management and supervision of sex offenders is effective and based on best practices [and] reduce future sex offenses.”
The key bottom line for you, however, is this: Regardless of whether you have been convicted already or are still battling accusations, you will best protect your reputation and your freedom by seeking counsel and assistance from an experienced sex crime defense attorney.
At The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC we represent clients who seek to have a sex offender level changed. You have the right to request a hearing annually once you have been listed on the state’s sex offender registry. Have you completed sex offender treatment and maintained a clean record for at least a year since you were convicted of a sex offense? Are there other certain circumstances that warrant altering your sex offender registration level? Contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss changing your sex offender registration level.
The ramifications of your sex offender registration may be significantly lessened after your offender level has been modified downward. Assuming that you have cleaned up your life since the time of your conviction, we are here to help you pursue a lower sex offender registration level.
Allow us to explain the process of requesting a hearing. We are well qualified to represent you at a sex offender registry modification hearing. A favorable outcome will go a long way in helping you put your troubled past behind you and move forward.
Sex offender registration has many negative consequences — affecting your career, where you can live and your reputation in general. Seize the opportunity to mitigate the damage when you have the chance. Schedule a free consultation with an Albany sex crimes attorney at our law office. Call 866-642-3807 or email him directly.
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Posted by: Christine Bazicki