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  • Fairfax Police Online Sting Ends with 8 Arrested for Child Sex Crimes
    Fairfax Police Online Sting Ends with 8 Arrested for Child Sex Crimes

    Police out of Fairfax County, Virginia have claimed to make eight arrests during a three-day online sting that aimed to catch people trying to use the internet to commit child solicitation crimes . ...

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  • Employment & Higher Education When on the Sex Offender Registry
    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 sections is ...

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  • Sex Offenses That Prohibit Entry On School or Other Property
    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
    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 assist ...

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  • Reducing the Frequency of Sex Offender Registration
    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
    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 statute, while ...

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