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Do Juveniles Convicted of Sex Crimes Become Registered Sex Offenders?
Do Juveniles Convicted of Sex Crimes Become Registered Sex Offenders?

I frequently represent juveniles accused of sexual offenses of various kinds, from the slightest inappropriate touching to the most serious felony offenses. Invariably, the juvenile and the parents are concerned about the possibility mandatory sex offender registration. This ...

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