What Rights Do I Have If I’m a Registered Sex Offender?

Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law, 42 Pa.C.S § 9799.32(1), requires the State Police to create and maintain a registry of persons who reside, or is transient, work/carry on a vocation, or attend school in the Commonwealth and who have either been convicted of, entered a plea of guilty to, or have been adjudicated delinquent of Certain Sexual Offenses in Pennsylvania or another jurisdiction.

Under Megan’s Law, the whereabouts of convicted sexual offenders are tracked and notification is given to the public of the presence of a sexual offender in their community. However, this does not give authorities the right to harass those registered on the sex offender registry. Sex offenders may be monitored and required to report changes in their living arrangements and employment, however, sex offenders are still provided basic rights under the law.

At Laguna Reyes Maloney, LLP, we are experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorneys who have extensive trial experience. We have fought for the rights of people in and around Harrisburg for more than 15 years. Our lead attorney, Roger Laguna, is a former policeman who knows what to expect from law enforcement officers and prosecutors. We are relentless in our efforts to protect the rights of people charged with serious crimes. Let us protect your constitutional rights.

We provide a free initial consultation. Contact our office by e-mail or call us at 717-233-5292 for an appointment.

Speak Your Mind


© 2022 Laguna Reyes. All Rights Reserved. Disclaimer | Sitemap

Concept, Design & Hosting by GetLegal.com's Practice Builder Team