Read on to learn more about how we can help you get off of the sex offender registry in California and use our guide to find out if you qualify under the following circumstances.If you are convicted of a sex offense listed under PC 290, the California Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA) requires that you register as a sex offender for the rest of your natural life.Some sex offender registrants forget to register or get overwhelmed by this lifetime consequence.
If you are confused about your eligibility, you should contact our law firm today.
If you’re looking for an idea of what relief may be available to you given some of the individual circumstances of your case, we have put together a guide to help give you an idea.
Read on to learn more about how we may be able to help you get off of the sex offender registry in California and use our guide to find out if you qualify for relief from registration. A “Certificate of Rehabilitation and Governor’s Pardon” 2.
The ‘Traditional’ California Governor’s Pardon” To legally end your legal obligation to register as a sex offender, you may be able to apply for a Certificate of Rehabilitation or Governor’s Pardon.
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In order to receive legal relief from the sex offender registry requirement, you will need to hire an attorney that is experienced in this practice area.