Besides registering, you are obliged to inform local law enforcement if you change jobs, addresses, schools or cars. Failing to do so may well result in additional charges against you, adding additional time to your registration. Violation of these requirements may result in incarceration.
It is understandable that people do everything in their power to avoid the stigma of public registration. If you are charged with evading registration, you need an experienced sex crimes attorney to defend you in court.
Bruce Rivers is board certified in criminal defense by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, and as a criminal trial specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association. Mr. Rivers not only defends clients against initial sex crime charges they face, but from any registration issues that follow. He has helped others deal with failure to register defenses, and he can help you, too.
Call Minneapolis criminal defense lawyer Bruce Rivers when you need aggressive, effective defense against charges of failure to register. Contact him using this email form, or call his office at 612-915-0355.