Registration period of tier I offender may be reduced to 10 years upon petition after 10 years. TN Life. A sexually violent predator and serious paroled sex offender cannot live within one-fourth of a mile of a school.
Disability: the court must find that "the petitioner suffers from a severe physical or intellectual disability to the extent that the petitioner is permanently incapacitated, does not present an unreasonable risk to public safety, and is not likely to commit a subsequent offense of or involving unlawful sexual behavior.
Certain youthful offenders not more than 4 years older than victim who was 13 or older but less than 18 may petition for relief immediately. Michigan Extreme care should be exercised in using any information obtained from this web site.
No provision for early termination except for youthful offenders on probation see next column. Juveniles: the juvenile court may not terminate jurisdiction until the court has either relieved the person from, or ordered the person to be subject to, requirements for registration and community notification.
Thereafter, offender bears burden of proving eligibility. Tier I juvenile and youthful offenders convicted of certain age-based offenses may petition for termination after 5 years.
Person whose period was increased to lifetime based on a finding of substantial risk of committing another offense, may petition for relief. Pardon: "Must have lived a law-abiding life during the 10 years prior to applying. Lifetime supervision order: No criminal conviction while under supervision.
Expungement terminates registration obligation. Implication that ordinary pardon does not. Sealing of adult convictions not available for sex offenses. Aggravated prostitution relief: A person required to register solely due to a conviction for aggravated prostitution may petition the sentencing court any time after a verdict or finding of guilty, for termination of the registration requirements based on the person's status as a victim of human trafficking offense, a sexual offense, or domestic abuse.
Van Heck, N. GA Life. Registration required for deferred adjudication. Pardon for violent and sex crimes available 5 years after completion of sentence. Full relief: No other conviction for offense requiring registration.
Pardon may relieve registration requirement but no authority on point.