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Employment: Less serious offenders may petition county court for relief from employment restrictions (regarding proximity to a school) at any time.
Employment: No prior or subsequent sex offenses, no pending sex offense charges.
§ 692A.101(7).2/5 year relief: Risk assessment must classify offender as a low risk to reoffend.
Offenders still on conditional release of any kind must additionally obtain stipulation of district DOC director. Life/25 years/15 years, depending on offense/SVP status/recidivist status.
May petition court for relief after 20/10/5 years (from date of discharge by DOC), depending on the offense, or upon successful completion of deferred adjudication. Relief not available for serious violent offenses/SVPs. Sex offenses not eligible for sealing under § 24-72-702. Youthful offenders: Termination must not conflict with federal law. Certain less violent offenses: May petition court for relief from registration, residency and employment restrictions 10 years after completion of sentence. Sex offenders must wait 10 years before applying, and a separate application form is required.
Sex offenses not eligible for misdemeanor first offender expungement. Juveniles convicted of less serious offenses may petition for relief at earlier of 2 years after adjudication/completion of treatment. Juveniles may be exempted from registration for less serious offenses at sentencing. Tier II/III offenders: Court must determine "by a preponderance of the evidence that such person is not likely to pose a threat to public safety if released from the obligations [imposed by registration]." § 4121(d)(6)(c) Tier I offenders: Must establish "by a preponderance of the evidence, that the public safety no longer requires preservation of the original designation." § 4121(e)(2)(d). Life/10 years (running from placement on probation or parole, or completion of community supervision if later) depending on offense/recidivist status/sexual psychopath status. Court must be "satisfied that the offender is not a current or potential threat to public safety." § 943.0435(11)(a)(2).
Lifetime juvenile offenders: Court must be "satisfied by clear and convincing evidence that the juvenile sex offender is rehabilitated and does not pose a threat to the safety of the public." § 15-20A-34(h).
Set-aside under § 13-907 does not relieve duty to register.
Youthful offenders: No prior or subsequent sex offenses, no pending sex offense charges. No specific provision for early termination of adult registrants.
Residency: Terminally ill or permanently immobile registrants may petition county court for relief from certain residency restrictions at any time. Must be reinstated if person is no longer afflicted. Pardon relieves registration obligation only if specified, and if 30 days' notice given to victim. Lifetime juvenile offenders may petition court for full relief 25 years after release. Less serious youthful offenders no more than four years older than victim may petition for full relief at any time after completion of sentence/court-ordered registration period. Sealing under § 12-15-136 not available for sex offenses.
Lifetime juvenile offenders: No subsequent youthful offender sex offender adjudication.
Must have completed sentence and treatment program. Employment/proximity: Clear and convincing evidence that offender does not pose threat to children in day care facilities. Sealing or expungement of conviction appears to relieve obligation to register.