For many sex crimes in Colorado, conviction comes with the requirement to register in the state sex offender registry so that your information can be available to any and all persons who may be interested, most often parents who may live in your neighborhood and want to remain aware of any sex offenders nearby. While inclusion into the registry is widely thought to be a long-term penalty that offenders must continue to pay for throughout their lives, there are certain exceptions that may allow you to deregister as a sex offender from the list. Deregistering as a sex offender is an uphill battle but not impossible.
Sex offender de-registration is a challenging process, and those who petition the court for removal from the sex offender registry can expect an uphill climb every step of the way. Because de-registration is difficult, it is important to have as much positive support as possible, such as the support of a probation or parole officer, employer, family members and other people who support your petition to deregister.
O’Malley and Sawyer, LLC has helped many convicted sex offenders petition for removal from the sex offender registry. Our firm knows how crucial it is to be prepared and organized when seeking de-registration, and we will work hard to see that your case is as strong as possible before moving forward.
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When seeking to deregister as a sex offender, it is critical to have the support of an experienced Denver sex crimes lawyer who is familiar with the process. O’Malley and Sawyer will ensure that your de-registration petition is filed properly and that you are prepared for your de-registration hearing. Our firm knows how crucial it is to be prepared and organized when seeking de-registration, and we will work hard to see that your case is as strong as possible before moving forward. Our law firm offers a free initial case evaluation and is equipped to assist you with these unique requests.