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The Indiana Sex And Violent Offender Registry

Sex crimes have some of the most lasting consequences, particularly outside of the criminal justice system. The social stigma alone from being arrested for a sex offense can destroy an individual’s reputation and that of his or her family. This is all even before the individual has been given a proper trial and an opportunity to defend against such charges. At Kevin Moser Law, PLLC, we believe everyone deserves a voice in criminal proceedings, and we are particularly sensitive to the serious nature of sex offender accusations. We offer an office that is free from judgment where our clients can talk openly about what did or did not happen, what their rights are, what consequences they face and how to develop a strong case for defense.

Is There A Way To Fight Back Against Mandatory Offender Registry?

Many of our clients are concerned about having to register on the Indiana sex and violent offender registry, and rightfully so. Having your personal information, where you live and your history of offenses publicly available will limit your options for living arrangements, your employability and your personal relationships. You may be required to register if you have been convicted of crimes such as:

  • Sexual assault
  • Rape
  • Child molestation
  • Child pornography (possession or dissemination)
  • Sex crimes on the internet

If you have been convicted of a crime, Indiana law does provide a means for avoiding registration. Avoiding the sex offender or violent offender registry begins with help from a skillful criminal defense lawyer. These cases are too complicated to discuss here, so contact our attorney Kevin Moser to have your questions answered during a free initial consultation. From our office in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, we handle cases throughout Indiana. Reach us online or by telephone at 812-497-4836 (toll-free at 866-586-7577).

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