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Severe Criminal Consequences for Not Registering

Failing to register can add five years or more to the length of time you’ll be required to be on the registration and add a prison sentence of one year plus one day for a first-time conviction. Subsequent convictions for not registering may well result in a two-year sentence at a minimum.

Once you get out of prison, the 10-year period of being on the registration starts all over. But even if you escape going to prison, the repercussions of being termed a “predatory offender” will follow you for the rest of your life.

As a registered predatory offender, the public has greater access to your personal information and criminal history. This may have a direct impact on everything from your personal relationships to employment possibilities. So, there are even more long-term burdens to getting on with your life.

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