Getting Off the Register: A Colorado Sex Attorney's Advice
If you've are on the Colorado Sex Offender's Registry, and you believe you don't belong there, you can have yourself removed. It's not a quick process. But given what being on the registry can do to your reputation and your ability to get employment, a rental to live in, and more, it's often worth the attempt.
In order to get removed from the registry, you must:
If you succeed, your name will be removed from the registry, and all standing requirements for you to re-register will be removed. However, your conviction as a sex offender will remain on your record unless you also successfully petition to have that conviction expunged.
If you were convicted of a sex crime, you will be on the sex offender registry for some length of time. Specifically, you cannot petition for removal until:
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