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As an experienced Buffalo Criminal Defense Attorney I am occasionally asked what happens if a sex offender doesn’t register as one. If you’re convicted of a sex offense in New York State, you’re required to register as a sex offender with the Department of Corrections and Parole. If you fail to register as a sex offender or if you fail to follow the rules such as notifying them of a change of address or a new address, you can be charged with additional crimes under the corrections law. In Buffalo city court, I’ve represented hundreds of defendants who were charged with this.

Did you fail to register as a sex offender?  If so, contact Attorney Arthur Pressman for dedicated representation.

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