Seek Relief From Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act
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Over the last five years, Lauer & Fulmer has successfully represented a number of individuals who were forced to register under SORNA, despite negotiating guilty pleas to charges that specifically did not require registration and many defendants were able to have their registration requirement removed.
On July 19, 2017, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that the retroactive application of SORNA violated both the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions. As a result, individuals who were originally subject to the requirements of Megan's Law, are no longer subject to the increased penalties of SORNA. Additionally, individuals who were not required to register under Megan's Law, may not be required to register under SORNA.
Please understand that every single case is fact specific, and only an attorney can assist you in figuring out what registration requirements you may be subject to. You should immediately contact the attorneys at Lauer & Fulmer to find out what your rights are under this new case, and what options you have to seek relief from SORNA registration.
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