Sex Offender Registry Removal Attorneys in North Carolina

Being listed on the sex offender registry is more than an embarrassment. It limits your freedom. You may be restricted regarding where you live. When you move to a different home, you have to report it. Long after you have paid for your offense, being listed can serve as an impediment to your life and career.

In the past, people who were listed had only to wait 10 years, and in normal circumstances their names were automatically removed from the list. Now however, you must file a petition and appear in a hearing in order to be removed — and there is no guaranty of success.

Helping You Move Forward in Your Life

While you are entitled to represent yourself in the hearing to remove your name from the sex offender list, it is to your advantage to have experienced legal representation. Jetton & Meredith will present your case in a professional and skillful manner.

Jetton & Meredith in Charlotte, North Carolina, has criminal law attorneys who provide results-oriented representation for people wishing to have their names removed from the sex offender registry. For a reasonable fee, we can prepare your petition and represent you in the court hearing, presenting evidence that attests to your good character and the changes you have made in your life.

Our lawyers have appeared in numerous criminal law and removal from the sex registry hearings. As advocates, we are skilled at crafting persuasive arguments before judges. We will work diligently to try to obtain your goal. When you are removed from the sex offender list, you will finally be able to look forward rather than back. Get legal help today.

Have Questions About the Process for Removal From the Sex Offender Registry?

Contact Jetton & Meredith today to learn more about the process and how we can help.


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