If you are sentenced to a term of sex offender, you not only have to abide by the standard conditions of probation, but you will have to follow the special conditions for sex offenders. These special terms include:
- Maintain a mandatory curfew and be in your home between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
- Not live within 1000 feet of a school, daycare center, park or playground (if the victim was under the age of 18)
- Actively participate in and successfully complete a sex offender treatment program
- No contact with the victim
- No contact with children under 18 without court approval (if victim was under the age of 18)
- No working or volunteering at any place where children regularly congregate (if victim was under the age of 18)
- No viewing, owning, possessing or having access to any obscene, pornographic or sexually stimulating visual or auditory material
- Submit a specimen of blood or other approved biological specimen to be registered with the DNA databank
- Restitution to victim (if appropriate)
- Submit to warrantless search by the probation officer of your person, residence ore vehicle
- Submit to a polygraph examination (lie detector test) at least once a year
- Maintain a driving log and are prohibited from driving a motor vehicle alone without prior approval from the probation officer
- Prohibition from using a post office box without prior approval of the probation officer
- Submit to an HIV test (if there was sexual contact)
- Submit o electronic monitoring when deemed necessary (must be court ordered)
- Per the Lunsford Act for Sex Offenders, no accessing the internet or other computer services.
Feel free to contact us if you would like a more detailed explanation of the special conditions of sex offender
Sex offender probation is extremely demanding and difficult. A conviction for violating sex offender probation will likely result in a lengthy prison sentence. With the stakes so high, it is extremely important to contact us as at 407-792-2923 as quickly as possible to discuss possible legal defenses to the violation(s).