Sex Offender Registry

Being charged with a sex offense in the state of North Carolina is very serious, not just because of the potential criminal penalties such as jail time and fines but being on the North Carolina Sex Offender Registration Program. This is more commonly known as being a registered sex offender. What this means is if you are convicted of certain sex offenses, you will be required to register with this program. No matter where you go the public will have access to information about you. This includes your name, offense, address and more. As this is public record: Anyone can access this including potential employers.

As you can see, this is a very serious situation and your future is on the line. Talk to our seasoned sex crimes defense attorneys at Plumides, Romano, Johnson & Cacheris, PC. With over four combined decades of experience in defending those in North Carolina charged with a state or federal sex crime, attorneys Greg Plumides and John Cacheris have the skills and knowledge to effectively help you. Do not leave the fate of your future and the rest of your life with just any lawyer. Make sure you contact an experienced defense attorney like Greg Plumides or John Cacheris.

About The North Carolina Sex Offender Registry

Some of the sex charges that could potentially require you to become a registered sex offender (usually for 10 years or more and in many instances 30 years or life), include:

  • Rape, including first degree, second degree and child rape
  • Attempted rape and statutory rape
  • Sexual assault and sexual battery
  • Human trafficking as well as sexual exploitation of a minor
  • Solicitation of a minor and child pornography charges

Getting Off The Sex Offender Registry

If you are already on the sex offender registry, there is the possibility of getting off of this humiliating public record. However, it must have been 10 years and you must petition the court. This must be done by a very skilled attorney for two important reasons. One, getting off of this registry is a very complex and difficult process. Two, if you are denied by the court then you must wait an entire year before trying again.

Talk To Our Skilled Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer Immediately

For immediate help, reach out to us at Plumides, Romano, Johnson & Cacheris, PC. We are located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Call us at 704-323-7833 or 877-851-1934 to discuss your sex offender registry matter.