Failure to Register
Failure to Register as a Sex Offender
Phoenix Sex Crime Lawyers on Your Side
Arizona requires individuals convicted of felony sex crimes to register as sex offenders. If you fail to do so, you will face a further charge: Failure to Register. As felony sex offenders are required to register within a specific period of time, if you fail to do so, even if it is a mere error on your part, it will likely be considered that you are not rehabilitated and you are still a serious danger to society. If you are found guilty, you will face penalties for the crime. Failing to register will be interpreted as you trying to "hide" in order to commit more similar crimes.
It becomes necessary to defend yourself under these conditions, and contacting a Phoenix sex crime defense lawyer at once to assist you is an urgent matter. Have questions about failing to register? Contact us for a FREE consultation.
Failure to Register Charges in Arizona
Sex offender registration is a serious matter for law enforcement and the general public, and many resources are devoted to ensuring convicted individuals comply with established laws. While sex offender registration is invasive and can create limitations, failing to register can result in harsh penalties, including additional terms of imprisonment.
If you or someone you know has been charged with failing to register as a sex offender in Arizona, please be aware that the stakes can be serious if you don’t deal with the matter. Our defense attorneys at Knowles Law Firm, PLC are available to help you learn more about your rights and options, and explain how we can help you pursue the best possible outcome.
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