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On May 20, 2010, Governor Perdue signed into law House Bill 571.
It made important changes to Georgia’s sex offender registry laws.
The completion of the sentence would be the later of the person’s release from prison, parole, supervised release or probation.
The new law will allow for a petition to be made to be relieved of the employment and residence restrictions and from the registration requirement.
Because I believe that it is important for people effected by this legislation to know about it, I have put together a summary. If the offense conduct occurred between June 4, 2003 and June 30, 2006, there are restrictions on the location of the registrant’s residence but not on the registrant’s place of employment.
You should check with your county sheriff and/or your probation or parole officer before changing your behavior. The residence cannot be within 1000 feet of any child care facility, school, public park, private park, recreation facility, playground, skating rink, neighborhood center, gymnasium or similar facilities providing programs or services directed toward persons under age 18.
No prior offense which would be a sex offense under Georgia law or similar state or federal law; b. The victim was not transported during the offense; and f.
A registrant who is or becomes homeless must register in person with the sheriff of the county in which he is sleeping within 72 hours of that status change, provide information on the location where he or she sleeps, maintain the required registration information for each sheriff of a county where he or she sleeps, report his or her registration within 72 hours of changing sleeping locations, and annually renew his registration within 72 hours prior to his or her birthday each year.
Registrants are no longer required to provide their email addresses, usernames and user passwords to law enforcement as part of the registration process.
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