Sex Offender Registration
Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry
Registered Sex Offenders
Many sex offenses in the state of Wisconsin require people convicted of a sexual assault or other sex crime to register with the Register of Sex Offenders with the Department of Corrections.
In certain circumstances, the District Attorney can put a defendant on notice that they are seeking lifetime sex offender reporting.
There are certain circumstances in which a person may not have to register as a sex offender even though they are convicted of an offense that normally requires registration.
Lifetime supervision requires a person to report to local authorities - usually the police in the local area - his or her residence or change of residence, activities, and registration with the sex offender registry. A person on lifetime supervision also cannot attend certain functions, particularly those where children are known to frequent, or participate in certain activities such as a Saturday afternoon at a water park in Wisconsin Dells.
Although most people believe that registration is a lifetime requirement, that almost always is not true. Most of the time, the registration requirement is 15 years after the person is discharged from supervision.
For a free consultation, please contact the offices of Attorney Corey Chirafisi at:
In Madison, Wiconsin: (608) 250-3500