Blog Posts Tagged with csc

Michigan Sex Offender Registry Requirements Significantly Change

by: Matt Newburg

April 29, 2015 at 11:49 AM EDT

Michigan's Sex Offender Registry has been changed in dramatic fashion.  In an approximately 80 pageopinion, Judge Cleland has struck down a number of SORA provisions.  Recently, Newburg Law was hired to represent an individual who pled guilty for failing to comply with the SORA requirements.  Our client was on parole and was potentially facing parole revocation.  That changed when we called the prosecuting attorney and informed them that we would be filing a motion to withdraw our...

U.S. Supreme Court Discusses GPS Tracking

by: Matt Newburg

April 6, 2015 at 11:41 AM EDT

In a unanimous decision from the United States Supreme Court, the nation's highest court has addressed whether liftime electronic monitoring of an individual convicted of committing crimes of a sexual nature is a violation of the fourth amendment.  In Grady v North Carolina, Mr. Grady was ordered by a North Carolina Court to wear a GPS tether to monitor his locations while on probation for his convictions.  Mr. Grady objected to the condition that he wear the tether citing fourth...

Removal from the Sex Offender Registry

by: Matt Newburg

March 4, 2015 at 9:18 AM EST

Convicted sex offenders who qualify under the Sex Offenders Registration Act (Act 295 of 1994), are listed on the Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry (“Registry”). The Registry includes an offender's offense, photo, a physical description, the offender's last reported address, whether the offender is enrolled at a post secondary school, employment address, vehicle information, and any known aliases.

The length of time an offender remains on the registry depends on which Tier...