Physical disability: Clear and convincing evidence that due to his physical condition the person i no longer poses a menace to the health and safety of others and ii is incapable of reregistering. Pardon relieves obligation to register only if granted for innocence. Expungement terminates registration obligation.
Most of the states that authorize discretionary relief after a period of years specify the criteria that are to be considered by courts, and require that there be no intervening convictions of any kind. Disability: Registrants with a qualifying physical or intellectual disability may petition for termination at any time.
Juvenile offenders under Court may waive registration requirement for "substantial and compelling reasons" and may require that registration information shall not be open to inspection by the public or posted on the internet. Lifetime juvenile registrant relief: No subsequent youthful offender sex offender adjudication, conviction for a sex offense, or pending criminal charges; court may consider criminal history.
However, inherent authority expungement has limited benefits, as it only affects judicial records and not executive branch records. Violent juvenile offender: No subsequent sex offense conviction. Aggravated prostitution relief: A person required to register solely due to a conviction for aggravated prostitution may petition the sentencing court any time after a verdict or finding of guilty, for termination of the registration requirements based on the person's status as a victim of human trafficking offense, a sexual offense, or domestic abuse.
Juvenile adjudication: Automatic termination at age Juvenile records may not be sealed until obligation to register is terminated.
Pardon may or may not relieve obligation to register, but wording of relevant statute suggests it does not. Pardon may relieve registration obligation, but no authority on point. Lifetime supervision order: No criminal conviction while under supervision. Level 1 offender: Clear and convincing evidence that petitioner is statistically unlikely to reoffend and does not pose a threat to the safety of the public.
Offense committed under age 18 juvenile adjudication or conviction : Discretionary termination by court after successful completion of probation. Tier I offender may petition the court for 5 year reduction of term after 10 years.
Sex offenses are ineligible for misdemeanor vacation. Registration may be terminated upon petition to the superior court in the county of registration at the expiration of the minimum period. Judicial review of board decisions. Full relief: No other conviction for offense requiring registration.
Registrants of any tier may petition for exemption from community safety zone restrictions only after 10 years. State, A.