Blog Posts in August, 2016

Reducing the Frequency of Sex Offender Registration

Section 9.1-908 addresses how long a convicted offender is required to register in Virginia. In short, it a non-violent offender is required to register until a Court enters an order lifting this ...
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Failing to Register or Register as a Sex Offender

§§9.1-907 and 18.2-472.1 both deal with violating the registration requirements set forth in earlier sections. The major difference between the two sections is that §9.1-907 is a civil ...
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Sex Offender Reregistration

Once an offender registers on the SOR, they are required to periodically reregister. The topic or reregistration will be explained more fully in the section covering §9.1-907: Reduction in the ...
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Who Is Required & What Offenses Are Required in Sex Offender Registration?

§9.1-901 designates who is required to register on the SOR. This section is relatively straightforward and can be found in Appendix 7-1. Briefly, the following people are required to register on ...
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The Virginia Sexual Offender Registry Explained

The Sex Offender Registry Explained In theory, the Sex Offender and Crimes against Minors Registry (hereinafter referred to as "Registry" or "SOR") "is to assist the efforts ...
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