Under Kansas law, if you are convicted of (or plead to) certain sex crimes, you will be required to register as a sex offender. The number of years (typically 15-20 years) you must register depends upon the charges against you, your criminal history, and the recommendation of the prosecutor. Whether you are charged in Johnson County, Kansas, or anywhere across the state, conviction of the following charges will certainly require you to register:
Being informed about your rights before you resolve your is your best position. While registering will not ruin your life it can have a huge impact upon it. You may have more questions about your specific circumstances and we have answers. Call Attorney T. Morton today for your free consultation 913-602-7288.
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