What You Can Do To Get Removed From The Sex Crime Registry
If you or a loved one is on the sex crime registry, you know how difficult it can make things. What you might not know is that it is often possible to get a removal from the sex crime registry. In South Dakota, this may be the case if you have been on the list for more than five years.
The process to petition for a removal is difficult, and the best way to improve your chances of succeeding is by having an experienced lawyer at your side. At Kolbeck Law Office, I have the necessary experience to help you navigate this petition process.
Any Qualified Person Can Petition
I understand that each registered person has unique circumstances behind their registration. Whether your actions were non-violent with good intentions, or you were never in contact with another person, pursuing this route is an important option you want to explore. Removing yourself from the registry allows you to leave the past in the past, and frees you from the restrictions over where you can live and work.
Do Not Wait Any Longer — Get A Fresh Start
If you are approaching the five-year mark after a criminal conviction, or if you have even passed it, contact us to begin your petition for removal from the sex crime registry. Even if your conviction just occurred, talk to me about things you can do in the next five years to increase your chances of success once you are eligible to petition for removal from the registry. I know how hard life can be when you are on the sex crime registry, but it doesn’t have to stay that way indefinitely. You can contact my Sioux Falls office at 605-937-8376. You can schedule a free consultation with an experienced SD attorney, making the first step even easier.