Michigan Sex Offender Registry Information
Preventing Registration On The Sex Offender Registry
Understand the legal obligations for convicted sex offenders to report moves and the potential criminal charges for non-compliance. Get expert legal advice from Kirsch Daskas Law Group PLLC.
If you are convicted of certain sex offenses in Michigan, you may be required to register on the Michigan Sex Offender Registry (SOR). This database would collect your name, photograph, address, registered vehicle and offense information. Some of this information would be made available online and searchable by the public.
Convicted offenders are required to report any moves and re-register on a regular basis. Failure to do so could result in additional criminal charges. Depending upon the nature of the alleged crime, registry may be required for 15 years, 25 years or life.
If you face sex charges that could result in inclusion on the sex offender registry, call Kirsch Daskas Law Group at our office to secure strong representation.
Working To Keep You Off Of The Registry
Inclusion on the sex offender registry violates your privacy and can have significant social and professional repercussions. It may be more difficult for you to find housing, a job and impact your personal relationships.
Our goal is to provide strong defense against the charges you face to prevent required registry. We understand how to formulate an exemplary defense that can protect your best interests.
Removal From The Sex Offender Registry
Early removal from the sex offender registry is not easy to achieve, but it may be possible. Depending upon the severity of the crime, and other factors, you may be able to have your information taken down before your official registration period has passed.
Sex crimes in Michigan are ranked by severity as Tier I, Tier II or Tier III with Tier I the least severe. Possession of child pornography is considered a Tier 1 offense, while a Tier III offense may result from repeat sex crime convictions. It is easier for a Tier I offender to request an early removal than a Tier II or a Tier III offender.
If you were wrongly convicted of a sex crime, our skilled trial attorneys can also help you appeal the decision and subsequently have you removed from the sex offender list.
Contact Us For Experienced Counsel
Kirsch Daskas Law Group can provide the strong legal representation you need to avoid registry on Michigan’s Sex Offender Registry, or removal from it. Call our Bloomfield Hills office at our office to schedule a consultation today. You may also contact our attorneys online.