Registering As A Sex Offender in Illinois
If you've been convicted of a sex crime, you may have to register as a sex offender.
Individuals who are found guilty of sexual offenses are usually required to register with the Illinois Sex Offender Registry for a period of time after their conviction. The more serious crimes, especially those involving children or force, may require a lifetime registration on this list.
If you're facing sex offense charges and would like to avoid registering on a sexual offender database, contact Donahue, Sowa & Magana. Our sexual crime defense attorneys have the experience you need to provide your best legal options.
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Every state has notification laws that alert community members when a registered sex offender moves into the area, usually conducted through telephone calls or letters from law enforcement. This information is usually also available for anyone to see on the Internet.
Having to register as a sex offender can have an enormous negative impact on a person's life. To find your best options, contact a sex offense lawyer as soon as possible.
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The social stigma of being labeled a sex offender can ruin someone's life. Don't wait. Call us today.