California Sex Offender Registration Lawyer
Failure to File as a Registered Sex Offender
Are you facing charges for failing to file as a registered sex offender? It is crucial to consult with an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer, as you could lose additional freedoms. You need an attorney who will aggressively fight to protect your rights and your future.
California sex offender registration attorney Seth P. Chazin has over 30 years of experience handling sensitive criminal matters, including failure to register as a sex offender and other sex offenses.
Criminal defense lawyer Seth Chazin provides the aggressiveness and skill needed to successfully represent clients who failed to register as sex offenders. Contact his San Francisco area law office 24 hours a day at 1-800-499-9902. Free consultations are available.
Defense of Sex Offender Registration Charges
A sex crime conviction usually requires one to register as a sex offender with the California Department of Justice under Penal Code 290, or on the national sex crime registry under the Adam Walsh Act. It is not enough to just register once, however. If the person moves, even just a few blocks away, he or she must notify the authorities of the new address within a short period of time. Failure to follow the rules for sex offender registration may prompt an investigation and additional criminal charges.
Seth Chazin employs proven defense strategies aimed at minimizing or eliminating serious consequences. Using his thorough command of the law and strong negotiation skills, he is often able to work out a favorable outcome for his clients.
Did you know? There is a way to eliminate the obligation to register as a sex offender for certain sex crime charges. Talk to attorney Chazin to discuss whether avoiding sex offender registration is an option for you.
Contact the Law Offices of Seth P. Chazin
Contact San Francisco criminal defense attorney Seth P. Chazin to discuss your legal options when facing charges for failing to file as a sex offender or if you are wondering whether you are eligible to eliminate your obligation to register as a sex offender.