Have you been placed on the North Carolina Sex Offender Registry?
There is much you already know from having been placed on the Sex Offender Registry. Depending upon the nature of your conviction, and whether you are subject to registration or satellite monitoring, there are steps you can take to improve your situation going forward.
Law Enforcement or prison officials most likely informed you that North Carolina law stipulates a registration period of 30 years. While this is accurate for many individuals on the registry, no case is the same, and Donahue Defense will work tirelessly to locate the differentiating factor in your case.
Removal from the Sex Offender Registry
Depending upon your predicament (statute violated, terms set by the sentencing judge, type of registration, etc.), you may be eligible for removal from the sex offender registry 10 years from the date of your conviction and registration. Donahue Defense can evaluate your case and tell you where you stand.
We can assist you in analyzing and accurately assessing your individual situation to determine your eligibility for removal from the Sex Offender Registry. Our experienced Sex Crime attorney will advise/prepare you for the filing of early release documents and applications if you qualify for early termination consideration.
If you are on the Sex Offender Registry, contact Donahue Defense.