Failure to Register as a Sex Offender in Utah

Salt Lake City Sex Offender Registration Defense Lawyer

Like many other states, individuals convicted of sex crimes in Utah, such as rape, molestation, and child pornography, just to name a few, will be required to register with the state. Many aspects of your life such as where you can live will be monitored and controlled for many years or even possibly for the rest of your life.

The requirements for registering and compliance with the ongoing requirements of the state program are specific and can be difficult. However, compliance with rules is the only option. Failure to comply can lead to automatic penalties such as incarceration, fines, probation being revoked, and other penalties. At our law office, we represent individuals in Utah who are required to be registered, with compliance issues that may come up.

Recent Crackdown on Offenders

In the past week or two, law enforcement agencies throughout Utah have been seeking out individuals who have failed to register or otherwise comply with the sex offender registry requirements. Several arrests were made last week and more are suppose to follow. The only way to be sure to avoid future penalties is to register and maintain reporting and other conditions. If you have failed in some way to comply with the restrictions imposed on you, you will certainly need a focused Salt Lake City criminal defense lawyer to ensure your rights are protected.

Call Salcido Law Firm 801.618.1334

If you are facing charges for failing to register as a sex offender, do not delay; call us now to get started on your defense. We provide free consultations, are available 24/7, and take credit cards for our client’s convenience. We can help you get the best possible outcome to your case and help you get back on the road to compliance. For more information call or email us anytime.

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