January 27

Sex Crimes that Require Sex Offender Registration in New York

In New York, an individual convicted of a sexual offense must register as a sex offender upon completion of probation or incarceration. This must be done as soon as the person returns to the community. Those who have committed sexual crimes in other jurisdictions or states must register with the New York State Board of Examiners of Sex Offenders as soon as they start residing in the state of New York.

Types of Sex Crimes that Need Sex Offender Registration

New York State Penal Law statutes describe several sexual offenses that need to be registered. Sexual crimes that require sex offender registration include: sexual misconduct, luring a child, rape, criminal sexual acts, sodomy, forcible touching, sexual abuse, persistent or aggravated sexual abuse, sexual conduct against a child, facilitating a sex offense with a controlled substance, predatory sexual assault, unlawful imprisonment, kidnapping; patronizing, promoting or compelling prostitution, sex trafficking, disseminating indecent material to minors, incest, unlawful surveillance and more.

Contact Sex Criminal Lawyer in New York

A sex crime conviction is a stigma that can lead to severe consequences. That is why you need an experienced Sex crimes lawyer to help you through the situation. Sex crimes can destroy your reputation, and negatively affect your personal relationships and job prospects.
The Law Office of Reuven J. Epstein can assist you in investigating and preparing your case. Reuven J. Epstein will dedicate his time and effort to protect your rights. To know more, call 845-459-0002 or email at info@reuvenjepsteinlaw.com.