Sex Offender Registration

Maryland Sex Offender Registry Lawyer

Due to the passage of a succession of laws, such as Megan's Law, the Adam Walsh Act and Jacob Wetterling Act, there have been increasing and continuous revisions to both federal and state sex offense registration laws. These changes have created heightened consequences for all types of sexual offense charges. A person's socioeconomic level does not create immunity to this. Middle-class working individuals with wives and children are sometimes facing a lifetime on the sex offender registry.

Over 28 years of Criminal Defense Experience

At the Law Offices of James N. Papirmeister, Esq., highly skilled criminal defense attorney James N. Papirmeister has over 28 years of criminal defense experience. He has handled thousands of child abuse, child pornography, sexual offense and rape, and prostitution cases.

Contact us at one of our law offices located in Silver Spring and Suitland, Maryland, to schedule a free initial consultation. Please call 301-589-2100 during regular business hours or 301-367-6500 after hours.

As a Maryland sex offender registry lawyer, James N. Papirmeister can help you avoid the embarrassing and humiliating stigma of having one's picture on the Internet of a sex offender registry where the person's full name, address and sex offense conviction are listed. It is essential not to underestimate the seriousness of any type of sexual offense, child pornography, prostitution, solicitation or other sex or child abuse related criminal charge.

Sex Offender Registry

Currently, virtually all sexual offenses, including possession of child pornography, and even certain prostitution and solicitation charges, are subject to mandatory sex offense registration, sometimes for life. Once a person is required to be on the sex offense registry, they must register not only in their home state, but whichever state they happen to work in or travel to. Furthermore, even when the sentence imposed is completed, the person cannot escape sex offender registration by moving to another state because the registration requirements are now applicable in every state in the United States and the territories. For instance, a person required to register for a sex offense conviction in Florida could receive a simple fine and no jail time and may be required to register in Wasilla, Alaska, should that person move there 10 years later.

Unfortunately, the reach of the sex offense laws is now so pervasive, as well as invasive into one's privacy, that a convicted person who is required to register can virtually never escape the effects of sex offense registration. These facts impose an extraordinary burden on the attorney who is representing a person charged with any type of child abuse, child pornography, rape, sex offense, prostitution or solicitation charge. That is why it is essential you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney, like James N. Papirmeister, to handle your case.

Montgomery County Sexual Offender Registration Attorney

Contact us at one of our offices to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Montgomery County sexual offender registration attorney. We represent people in cases throughout Montgomery County, La Plata, St. Charles, Suitland and Chevy Chase. Please call 301-589-2100 during regular hours or 301-367-6500 after hours.