Sex Offender Registration
Tarrant County, Texas Sex Offender Registration Lawyers
Under Texas state law, persons convicted for felony sex crimes are required to register as sex offenders with the local authorities. Those convicted for misdemeanor sexual offenses may or may not be required to register, depending on the decision of the court. Failure to register promptly and comply with sex offender requirements could result in arrest and incarceration. At the law office of Muller & Sommerville, our attorneys counsel and represent people required to register as sex offenders. We explain the requirements involved, the deadlines for registering, and what, if any, additional restrictions are imposed on you in your specific county or city.
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Issues associated with Sex Offender Registration
Our office assists clients in complying with sex offender registration requirements in regard to the following:
Complications associated with a Failure to Register
Failure to comply with sex offender mandatory registration requirements can create serious, substantial legal complications. Once you are released from prison or placed on probation, you have only a limited amount of time to register. Failure to register is a felony in the state of Texas and will result in a warrant being issued for your arrest. Additionally, if you are on probation, you will also be charged with violating the terms of your probation. If, for whatever reason, you fail to register on time, it's essential that you contact an attorney and the authorities to show a good faith effort to rectify your mistake.
Contact Sex Offender Registration Attorneys at Muller & Sommerville
There are a number of issues that must be understood if you are to remain in compliance with Florida's sex offender registration law. There are also additional matters that must be taken into account, including whether there are any restrictions on where you can live and what your rights are once you settle into a community.
To schedule a free consultation to learn how we can help you, contact criminal defense attorneys at the law office of Muller & Sommerville today.