Out-Of-State Sex Crime Attorney
Moving to Massachusetts from another state poses unique challenges and concerns for an individual who has been previously convicted of a sex crime. Due to the differences in state laws, many individuals are confused about Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB) registration requirements.
If you move to Massachusetts from out of state, you must register within two days after your arrival.
You must register if you have what is considered a “like offense” or a Massachusetts sex offense. This is a highly contested area of law that requires a legal professional who possesses a heightened sense of clarity and certainty.
Sex Offender Classification Process In Massachusetts
Boston criminal defense attorney Kate Frame has experience working for the both the prosecution side of sex crimes as well as serving as a member of the SORB. She understands the necessary information and credentials sought by the criminal and administrative sides of this complex issue. She is prepared to carefully investigate the circumstances of your situation in an effort to help you obtain the best outcome possible.
Do not, under any circumstances, attempt to avoid registering. You risk nothing by speaking with attorney Frame about your situation. She is prepared to face this fact-intensive legal analysis head-on while explaining your rights and obligations under Massachusetts state law. If you miss your registration window, you could be charged with failure to register.