What crimes get you on the sex offender list? How do you get off Megan’s Law list?
Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law is a very complicated maze. With the passing of Act 24 of 1995, Pennsylvania began its version of “Megan’s Law” which is a centralized database of details of certain convicted sex offenders who live in PA. Pennsylvania has its own law when it comes to “sexual offenders”. It is also subject to the federal law known as SORNA Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act). The Adam Welsh Act created SORNA. Later legislation furthered the minimum standards such as the Wetterling Act, the Lychner Act and the Kanka Act.
In Pennsylvania, anyone with the internet can put in a name or their zip code to find out of you are on Megan’s Law or are a Sexually Violent Predator.
Just put in a name or a zip code. You will get a lot of information on any registered person
If you like prison, like Megan’s Law registration, and like having lifelong consequences because of a sex crimes charge, then don’t call us. We’re only interested in helping folks who are innocent. We are the true Pennsylvania Innocence Project because we fight the government every day on behalf of the accused. We presume all charges to be false. Innocence is what you are. Let’s keep it that way. Contact us if you want the best sex crimes attorney in Lancaster.
More information on Megan’s Law in PA
For more information on exactly what crimes and for how long those crimes get you on the SORNA/Megan’s Law List in PA:
Sexual Offenses (Sex Crimes)
- Statutory Sexual Assault
- Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse
- Sexual Assault
- Sexual Assault by Sports Official, Volunteer or Employee of a Nonprofit Organization
- Aggravated Indecent Assault
- Indecent Assault
- Indecent Exposure
- Failure to Register Megan’s Law
- Conduct Related to Sex Offenders
- Unlawful Dissemination of Intimate Image
- Female Mutilation
- Sexual Abuse of Children
- Unlawful Contact with a Minor
- Sexual Exploitation of Children
- Open Lewdness
More consequences for sex offenses in PA
It’s more than mandatory minimums, max penalties and Megan’s Law when it comes to sex crimes in PA, there are lifelong consequences that follow anyone convicted of any crime. Too many times attorneys ignore these secondary consequences. You end up making a horrible decision. You lose. Don’t let that happen to you. Educate yourself:
Will my neighbors learn that I have been charged with a sex crime?
The PA UJS website The Public Web Docket Sheets option provides access to search, view and print the docket sheets for Pennsylvania’s Appellate Courts, Criminal Courts of Common Pleas, Magisterial District Courts and the Philadelphia Municipal Court. It allows anyone with intent access and just the most basic information about you to go snooping.
When you are serious about beating the sex crime charges against you
All you have to do is contact us to get the ball rolling. Right now, the government is beating you. It’s time for you to start beating the sex offense charges by calling in the best sex crimes attorney in Lancaster: The McShane Firm
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The Public Web Docket Sheets option provides access to search, view and print the docket sheets for Pennsylvania’s Appellate Courts, Criminal Courts of Common Pleas, Magisterial District Courts and the Philadelphia Municipal Court.