Violation of a Sex Offender to Report

Failure to Report as a Sex Offender

A person who is classified as a sexual offender has many restrictions placed on their freedom, where they can live, where they can travel, and places they can go to. The failure of a sex offender to report to local authorities is a crime in Florida that may result in a lengthy prison sentence. If you have been accused, or arrested for failing to report as a sex offender, it is important that you contact an attorney immediately. Anthony Rickman at the Rickman Law firm represents sex offenders who have failed to report to local authorities.

Under Florida Law, a convicted sex offender is required to register with local authorities in the jurisdiction which they live, work and/or go to school. As a convicted sex offender you are required to report twice per year to your local sheriff’s office to advise them of your living location. Additionally, Florida Law requires you to report to your local Sheriff within 48 hours of you temporarily changing residence. A convicted sex offender must also report in person to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and must give a copy of a completed sexual offender registration form, in order to obtain a Florida identification card or driver’s license.

Failure to report as a sex offender is a third degree felony. If convicted of failure to report as a Sex Offender you face up to five years in Florida State Prison and/or five years probation. If you have been accused of failing to report as a sex offender contact us today for a free consultation

Case Results

FALSE INFORMATION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER AND MAKING FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENTS CHARGES NOLLE PROSSED

The Client was charged with False Information to Law Enforcement Officer and Making False Official Statements after reporting his vehicle stolen when his vehicle was repossessed. Attorney Anthony Rickman proactively identified that there was a
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FELONY TRESPASSING IN AN OCCUPIED STRUCTURE OR CONVEYANCE AND RESISTING AN OFFICER WITH VIOLENCE CHARGE DISMISSED UPON COMPLETION OF DIVERSON PROGRAM

The Client was arrested for Trespassing in an Occupied Structure or Conveyance and Resisting and Officer with Violence after an incident which occurred during Gasparilla. Attorney Anthony Rickman was able to convince the law enforcement
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FELONY DRUG POSSESSION CHARGE DISMISSED AND DUI REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING

The Client was charged with felony drug possession of a substance (THC Oil) without a prescription and Driving Under the Influence. Attorney Anthony Rickman presented evidence to the State showing that the Client has a
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