If you are convicted of, or plead to, a Kansas sex crime you will be required to register with local law enforcement. Your registration will be reported to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI), that feeds into a national database. Just how long you must register is dependent upon a number of factors, as follows:
See the full "Kansas Sex Offender Registration" packet HERE.
As you can see, Johnson County, and across Kansas the consequences for sex crimes will follow you for many years to come. You should not resolve your case without speaking to an attorney first. Call us Attorney T. Morton NOW for your free consultation 913-602-7288. Payment plans are available.
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