What is failure by a sexual offender to comply with registration requirements (failure to report intent to remain within the state or jurisdiction) in Florida?
The crime of Failure by a Sexual Offender to Comply with Registration Requirements is a Third Degree Felony that is punishable by 5 years in prison and a $5,000 fine.
This crime occurs when a:
- Person is a sexual offender or has agreed or stipulated that he has been convicted as a sex offender.
- A Person had a place of residence in a County of Florida.
- Person informed the appropriate Sheriff’s office that they intent to leave the state on a particular day and establish a residence in another state and the person later decided to remain in the state and knowingly failed to report that to the appropriate Sheriff’s office within 48 hours after the date of the supposed original intended departure.
Defenses to Failure by a Sexual Offender to Comply with Registration Requirements.
- Person is not a sexual offender.
- A Person did not act knowingly.
- Person tried to comply but was misinformed.
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