Bay Area Sex Offender Registry Attorney

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Regardless of the criminal penalties, a sex crimes conviction will change your life forever. In most cases, California law requires that an individual convicted of a sex offense must register with local law enforcement as a sex offender, and renew that registration every year for life. Failure to do so is a crime. In addition, specified sex offenders must have their photograph and personal identifying information, including home address, published on the Internet. This is known as Megan's Law.

Megan's Law And Bay Area Criminal Defense

The attorneys at Rien, Adams & Cox, LLP have protected the rights of the accused since the California sex offender registry was developed and have successfully defended against requirements of registration and posting on the Internet. The firm serves clients in the Livermore, Pleasanton Judicial District of Alameda County and throughout Northern California.

Being required to register as a sex offender will affect every aspect of your life, including where you live, getting and keeping a job, even the purchase and sale of real estate. California real estate brokers routinely disclose the locale of registered sex offenders to prospective buyers of real estate.

Lines Of Defense Against Registration And Megan's Law

If you are accused of a sex offense, you should contact an experienced, reputable defense attorney immediately. The consequences of waiting are dire.

If you have already been convicted of a sex offense, you should explore all alternatives available to avoid further registration and try to have your photograph and personal identifying information removed from the Internet. The lawyers at Rien, Adams & Cox, LLP have just the experience and formidable reputation you need to defend you against sex offender registration and posting on the Internet.

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