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A Conviction For Sex Crimes Can Require Registration On The Sex Offender Registry

Sexual assault accusations can ruin your reputation and your career. A conviction can require registration on the sex offender registry. Sex crime attorney Dorie Maryan founded Maryan Law, LLC, to help individuals in Bargersville, Greenwood and Johnson County and protect the rights of those facing criminal charges.

Sexual Offenses In The State Of Indiana

There are several different sexual offenses in the state of Indiana that cover a wide range of sexual misconduct and criminal behavior that can vary in degree from misdemeanors to felonies. These include:

  • Indecent exposure
  • Prostitution and solicitation
  • Sexual abuse and battery
  • Child molestation and child pornography
  • Rape and sexual assault

In addition, if the internet was used to transfer or obtain child pornography, solicit or lure a minor or send inappropriate photos of sexual activity or genitalia, additional criminal charges for cyber crimes or internet sex crimes may apply. A conviction for any sex crime can come with severe penalties including prison time and can have long term and lasting effects on your future, interfering with employment opportunities, housing options and your overall reputation in the community.

Required Registration On The Sex And Violent Offender Registry

The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) maintains the Sex and Violent Offender Registry. Convictions for certain violent and sex crimes and any adjudication as a sex offender require a listing on the public registry. Even a minor may be required to register depending on the facts and circumstances of their conviction. Registration could potentially be required for life, depending on the particular case. Anyone can access the Sex and Violent Offender Registry, and any investigation for a housing or employment application will reveal your criminal record and registration on the statewide database.

Compassionate Advocacy For Sex Crimes

As a compassionate and nonjudgmental advocate, attorney Maryan believes that everyone deserves the right to an experienced criminal defense attorney who will look out and protect your rights and fight for your freedom. She tirelessly defends clients accused of sex crimes and works hard to protect their future.

For Superior Sex Crime Defense, Call Today

To schedule an initial consultation, call 317-245-6141 or send an inquiry using the online form. At this confidential appointment, you can ask questions and get answers from an experienced criminal defense attorney. She will be able to tell you more about how she can help you with your case.