End Sex Offender Registration Duty
If you’ve been convicted of a sex offense in California, you may be required to register under Penal Code section 290. (Learn how the 290 registration rules will change in 2021 under SB 384.)
If you have a duty to register, don’t give up hope. We’ve helped many clients end their duty to register after a felony sex conviction or after a misdemeanor sex conviction.
As post-conviction relief experts for 30+ years, we know how to professionally navigate the many complexities of these cases. If it’s possible to end your duty to register, we’ll not only know how to do it, we’ll also be able to handle your case from start to finish with the very highest probability for success.
For many of our clients, their sex-offense is the single greatest regret of their lives and living with the lifetime duty to register as a sex offender not only cripples their ability to advance in a job or career, it carries a constant shame. Many even try to hide it from their own families.
If you have a duty to register as a sex offender, have taken full responsibility for your actions, and have reached a place in your life where you are ready to move on and end the duty to register, you will not find a more skilled or trusted legal team.
To find out if we can end your duty to register as a sex offender under Penal Code section 290, the first step is to have us obtain your official California criminal record and provide a professional, private, review of your options.
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