Failure to Register: Long Island Criminal Attorney
A Powerful Advocate for the Defense of Failure to Register Charges
Failure to register as a sex offender when required to do so is a crime in New York.. The first offense is a Class E felony, and second or subsequent offenses are Class D felonies. It is also a basis for cancellation of your parole, or revocation of probation. If you are facing charges for failure to register, then you need a powerful defense from a seasoned Long Island criminal defense attorney.
At Prime & O'Brien, LLP, the lawyers have 20 years of experience and an excellent reputation for their criminal defense work. Both of the founding attorneys are former prosecutors, and their experience on the other side has been extremely beneficial in defending those who are accused of a failure to register. Mr. Prime is on the Board of Directors of the Nassau County Bar Association, and Mr. O'Brien is on the Board of Directors of the Criminal Courts Bar Association.
They have extensive courtroom experience and we are proud of our reputation for excellence in court. Read about their recent victories so you know you have chosen the right firm to defend you. The firm does offer a free
Long Island Failure to Register: Hard-Hitting Criminal Defense
The burden involved in keeping sex offender registration current is on the convicted person, making charges of a failure to register easier for the prosecution to prove in court. However, there are several possible defenses. Sex offender registration information may be lost or misplaced, giving rise to false accusations. Charges of failure to register can be filed against an individual without that person's knowledge. It may even be possible in certain circumstances to take legal action to appeal the original sex crime conviction.
Their firm has substantial experience defending clients through all stages of a wide range of criminal proceedings, and they are familiar with both sides of the judicial system. With a hard-hitting Long Island criminal defense lawyer in your corner, you have a far greater chance of achieving a favorable outcome.
Contact the firm to speak with a seasoned defense lawyer who is prepared to do everything possible legally to help you avoid the consequences of a conviction on a failure to register charge.