No Time To Take Chances

Many assume that the Sex Offender Registry Board could only increase classification levels following a new sex offense conviction. In reality, the SORB has broad discretion to seek upward reclassification of your level. The SORB can and often will seek to increase your classification level simply because you’ve been charged in court with a new crime – even if there is no conviction yet, and even if it’s not a sex offense.

Facing the possibility of an increased SORB classification level while you’re already dealing with an open criminal case is stressful and complex. These cases will sometimes require litigation in Superior Court, which likely calls for close collaboration with your criminal defense attorney to protect your rights in both cases.

Always Ready To Help You

Whether it’s briefing complex legal issues in Superior Court or working strategically to make sure to protect your interests in your pending cases, my extensive experience in appellate and post-conviction advocacy means I am ready to take on these challenging cases.

The results of an increased classification level can be devastating, especially if you are someone whose personal information is not already on the internet. Give yourself the best chance at avoiding these consequences by calling my firm, the Law Office of Laura Mannion, in Quincy: (617) 774-7883.