The US Department of Justice recently released its SMART report addressing Prosecution, Transfer, and Registration of Serious Juvenile Sex Offenders. While the reading is interesting, what I think you will find most useful are the Appendices. They are a great quick reference for you to use with any clients you represent who are adjudicated for a sex offense who may move out of North Carolina. They provide valuable information regarding which states require juvenile sex offender registration, length of registration, and when they may be eligible for removal from the registry. A great cheat sheet to carry with you!

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