Blog Posts in September, 2016

Employment & Higher Education When on the Sex Offender Registry

Because §§9.1-905 and 9.1-906 are both concerned with issues relating to employment and education, it is helpful to discuss them in the same section. The major difference between these two ...
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Sex Offenses That Prohibit Entry On School or Other Property

There are few things more precious to us other than our children. Many people required to register on the SOR are abandoned by family and friends and are left without any hope for their future. ...
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Getting off the Sex Offender Registry

Removal of a convicted offender from the SOR is one of the more common issues defense counsel will encounter. The controlling statute is §9.1-910 of The Code of Virginia. This section does not ...
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Sex Offender Registration Procedures

§9.1-903 covers the "how-to's" of registration on the SOR. While most of this section does not warrant further explanation, defense counsel may encounter situations when there is ...
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