Failing To Register As A Sex Offender Carries Serious Consequences

In an effort to protect families and children, the state of Florida requires that all individuals convicted of a sex crime register as a sex offender. The guidelines surrounding these requirements, terms and to whom they apply are often confusing and misleading.

Many individuals who are legally required to register fail to understand that they must do so. Generally, these offenses are actually simply an oversight. Nonetheless, the law comes against you to the full extent.

Escambia County Sex Offender Defense Attorney

For more than 30 years, our team at The Law Office of Randall J. Etheridge has built and maintained strong relationships with the courts of Florida, including judges and prosecutors. When clients come to us with charges of failure to register as a sex offender, we turn to those relationships.

We negotiate with the appropriate individuals to show that you did not willfully or intentionally fail to register or to reveal your status. It is an easy error to make and is usually due to an oversight or misunderstanding. We are highly successful in achieving highly beneficial deals for our clients, helping them avoid more significant penalties and allowing them to get on with their life.

We believe that you also deserve the right to a fresh start and, while you must continue to register, we will help to ensure that your misunderstanding of the laws surrounding registry requirements does not create additional hurdles.

Pensacola Failure To Register Lawyer

We provide our clients with free initial consultations to best understand the unique circumstances that surround their case and the misunderstandings involved. We will present a highly sophisticated and individualized case to the prosecution and judges involved to help you achieve the best possible outcome.

To arrange a free initial consultation, please contact us today at 850-542-0371 or toll-free at 1-800-829-6157.