Michigan did the retro active on all offenders. That caused so to register that never did before and some that registered 25 years to do it for life. So because the law changed it affected all offenders. My question is when I offended I was not able to get HYTA. But a few years ago they extended the age limit on HYTA. So if they could retro act my sentence then shouldn’t I be able to qualify for the HYTA program. If that was the case I could be removed and never show it on my record. I met all the requirement back then except I was over 21.