How can I find out what the current law would be in another state?

To determine if you have to register where you are moving, you must carefully examine the laws in that state. Factors include the date and statute of conviction, whether similar offenses must register in the new state, and what their laws say about persons coming from another state. Our advice for anyone in this situation is to consult a legal professional in the state you are contemplating relocating to. To make a sound decision, the legal professional will need specific information regarding your conviction including dates and statutes of conviction and date of release from all obligations imposed by the court.

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Brenda Jones

Brenda is NARSOL's executive director. She is also the layout editor for the Digest, serves as affiliate coordinator for our affiliates, contacts, and advocates, and oversees special projects such as Fearless, the state WIKI, and Humans on the Registry.