California Sex Offenders: Failure to Register
California Penal Code Sections 290 – 290.023 are the California Sex Offenders Registration laws which require a person convicted of certain sex offenses to register with the police department in the area where they either permanently or temporarily reside. An individual must register as a sex offender – usually as a lifelong commitment. Failure to register as a sex offender is a separate criminal offense from the underlying crime which caused an individual to be required to register to begin with.
If you in the San Francisco Bay Area and are under investigation or have been charged with failure to register as a sex offender, you need to consult with the Law Offices of Lucy S. McAllister as soon as possible. If you are accused of this crime, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney. We can and will help you avoid the serious penalties associated with a conviction.
At the law offices of Lucy S. McAllister Esq., our goal is vigorously to defend Californians who have been charged or accused of criminal offenses, including sex charges and charges arising from failure to register.
For an initial confidential consultation, and for more information please e-mail us or call us at (877) 280-9944 – 24 hours a day.
Criminal Defense Attorney Lucy S. McAllister defends clients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area who have been accused, charged, or arrested for criminal offenses in Santa Clara County, San Benito County, San Mateo County, Monterey County, Alameda County, and San Francisco County. Clients come to us from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including communities such as Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Santa Clara, Campbell, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Saratoga, Palo Alto, San Mateo, Salinas, Monterey, San Benito, Hollister, San Juan Bautista, Santa Cruz, Watsonville, Gilroy, San Martin, and Morgan Hill, Redwood City, San Francisco, Oakland, Fremont, Newark, and Hayward.