Will I Have To Register As A Sex Offender?
Ohio law sets strict standards for registering people convicted of sex crimes. Even if the offense was relatively minor, involved consensual sex, or if there was no sexual contact at all with another person, you may be forced to register. At Wolfe Law Group, LLC, we help clients understand the Ohio Sex Offender Registry, take steps to keep their names off the registry and protect their privacy.
Can I Get Off The Ohio Sex Offender Registry?
Required registration as a sex offender is one of the most crippling consequences of a conviction. Anyone can look up the names of registered offenders and see your name, address and even your photograph. Because of this, many people who have been convicted of a qualifying offense want to have their names removed from the registry as soon as possible.
In some situations, it may be possible to seek removal of your name from the Ohio Sex Offender Registry if you meet certain eligibility requirements. If your status as a registered sex offender has disrupted your life, you deserve to pursue justice and move on. Our attorneys can help you determine whether you qualify, prepare the necessary documents and present a compelling case for removal.
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Take Steps To Reclaim Your Life And Privacy
The best way to avoid having to register is to do everything possible to avoid a conviction in the first place. Our lawyers have spent years aggressively advocating for individuals in Ohio's courts, and will explore every option to get the best possible result for you.
To arrange a free, confidential consultation, please contact our Columbus, Ohio, office today.