Justia Opinion Summary: The Supreme Court affirmed Defendant's conviction of first-degree rape of a child under age thirteen, holding that the circuit court erred in admitting statements from an unavailable witness, but the error was harmless Van Heck, N.
Registration is required for "up to 5 years" if a person: 1 is at least 18 years old; 2 was adjudicated for an act that if committed by an adult would violate listed statutes; 3 was at least 13 years old at the time of the act; and 4 90 days before juvenile court jurisdiction terminates, the court, upon request from the State's Attorney or Department of Juvenile Services, finds by clear and convincing evidence "that the person is at significant risk of committing a sexually violent offense or an offense for which registration as a tier II sex offender or tier III sex offender is required.
No other provision for early termination.
Date: April 10, Citation: S. Martin, however, had all but forty-five days of his total sentence suspended. Martin agreed to speak with the investigators, and during this interview process he volunteered that he had intentionally sought out child pornography over the Internet.
Level 1: No arrest or conviction for any felony or misdemeanor within preceding 10 years. Person must have "remained a law abiding citizen. For non-D. Lammers v.
Pardon for violent and sex crimes available 5 years after completion of sentence. Recidivist sex offenders not eligible. State, A. Court must find that removal from the registration requirements will assist the individual in the individual's rehabilitation and will be consistent with the public welfare.
Disability: the court may consider any relevant information presented by the petitioner or district attorney. The Court also held that an as-applied challenge was not ripe, because the defendant was not alleged to have violated the residency restrictions.
Registration: Clear and convincing evidence that the petitioner is sufficiently rehabilitated to warrant removal from registry. Certain consensual youthful offenders may petition for termination at any time.
ANN C. Law Students. Pardon: Considerations include results of mandatory polygraph and psychosexual evaluation. Court considers complete criminal history. Justia Opinion Summary: The Supreme Court affirmed Defendant's convictions of attempted first-degree murder, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, and other offenses, holding that the circuit court did not err by denying Defendant's Kimball, P.