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Case 3: Failure to Register as a Sex Offender PDF Print E-mail
Prior to hiring me, my client was sentenced to 16 years in prison and did every day of it. After he got out of prison, he had updated his address more than five times and was following the registration guidelines to a tee. However, the sheriff’s office had gotten word that no one was living at my client’s mobile home anymore. They went by the house and the place looked uninhabitable. The officer then heard that my client had moved with his friend a few miles down the road to a campground so they took a warrant out without verifying this information. The state offered my client straight probation and a hefty fine.

I presented evidence to the prosecutor that my client was living there as we showed records of water being used in the house when my client had allegedly moved out. Furthermore, his sister said that he was over at her house doing odd jobs and was gone during the day. Finally, I contacted the campground and no one could say that my client was ever living there, but that they had simply seen him once or twice. The case was set for a trial when the state dead docketed the case and agreed not to prosecute.
 
Case 3: Failure to Register as a Sex Offender PDF Print E-mail
Prior to hiring me, my client was sentenced to 16 years in prison and did every day of it. After he got out of prison, he had updated his address more than five times and was following the registration guidelines to a tee. However, the sheriff’s office had gotten word that no one was living at my client’s mobile home anymore. They went by the house and the place looked uninhabitable. The officer then heard that my client had moved with his friend a few miles down the road to a campground so they took a warrant out without verifying this information. The state offered my client straight probation and a hefty fine.

I presented evidence to the prosecutor that my client was living there as we showed records of water being used in the house when my client had allegedly moved out. Furthermore, his sister said that he was over at her house doing odd jobs and was gone during the day. Finally, I contacted the campground and no one could say that my client was ever living there, but that they had simply seen him once or twice. The case was set for a trial when the state dead docketed the case and agreed not to prosecute.