That means future employers will be able to look it up and find out that you are a sex offender… and who wants to hire a sex offender? Uber and Lyft won’t even hire a sex offender.
Not only employers, but neighbors and new friends can do a quick search and find out in minutes. Imagine how much of a disaster that can turn your life into.
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Aggravated Indecent Assault is a felony sex offense. It is a Felony of the Second Degree if the victim is an adult, and a Felony of the First Degree if committed with a child under age 13. A Felony of the Second Degree has a maximum penalty of 10 years and $25,000. A Felony of the First Degree has a maximum penalty of twenty years and $25,000.
If convicted, it is a Tier III Sexual Offense under Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law (SORNA). As such, if you are convicted for offenses alleged to have occurred on or after December 20, 2012, it is a
Megan’s Law registration required. This lifetime registration follows you all over the United States. You can’t run or hide. It is with you forever.
A conviction of Aggravated Indecent Assault triggers the Court to order an assessment under Sexual Offender Assessment Board (SOAB) to determine if you meet the dreaded label of Sexually Violent Predator.
A SVP must for his or her lifetime, at least monthly, attend and participate in mandatory sex offender counseling with a treatment provider approved by the SOAB. A SVP will undergo active community notification. Local law enforcement authorities will notify neighbors, county Children and Youth Agencies, local day care centers, school districts and institutions of higher education of the Sexually Violent Predator’s name, residential address and offense. With the notification will be a recent photograph of the offender.
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