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Wisconsin Sex Offender Registration

Wisconsin Sex Offender Registration

Once charged, a sexual assault or any crime involving sexual contact is published and made part of a person’s public record, and remains published regardless of whether the alleged charge is dropped or prosecuted by the district attorney. Additionally, whether a person enters a plea of no contest (nolo contendere), or guilty, or accepts an alternative sexual conduct crime, the law requires that the charged person register with the sex offender registration.

Once registered, the court can impose additional requirements upon the convicted sex offender, such as probation which may require additional fines, therapy, reporting, and other more severe restrictions, such as reporting regularly. In addition to the reporting requirements, punishment for sex offenses often include fines, and can include jail time or probation.

Termination of Lifetime Supervision

Lifetime supervision requires that a person report to the Sex Offenders Registry for the rest of his or her life. Additionally, it can require other supervisory requirements. If a person is placed on lifetime supervision by a Wisconsin court, and at least fifteen years has passed without any other incidences, it may be possible to petition the court for termination of the supervision requirement. Under certain facts, it may be possible to get off of the registry sooner.

To begin the process of seeking to terminate the supervision requirement, please contact us.  We can explain more about the termination procedures, and how we may be able to help you.