If you’ve been convicted of a sex crime in Texas, you may have been required to register as a sex offender with the Department of Public Safety. This means that you’ve likely paid for your crime in more ways than one.
Perhaps you’ve had difficulty finding employment. Or experienced harassment from neighbors. Or possibly even been restricted from living in certain areas or participating in various events in your community.
You may not be aware, however, that this registration isn’t necessarily permanent, and you could qualify to deregister from the database by meeting the proper criteria. This post offers guidance on removing yourself from the Texas Sex Offender Registry in four easy steps.
Step 1: Check Your Eligibility
Your first [...]