Who Has to Register With the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry?
Under Wisconsin law, several convictions require people to register in their communities as sex offenders. Those convictions start with charges such as:
- Online solicitation of a minor
- Solicitation of a prostitute
- Sex offender registration
What’s in the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry?
The Sex Offender Registry includes information such as:
- The offender’s current home address
- Whether the offender is on probation, parole, or extended supervision
- Department of Corrections number
The case number and information about the case is also listed on each offender’s profile, which includes the exact charges, the verdict, and the amount of time the offender served in jail, in prison, or on parole or probation. It also lists how long the offender must register as a sex offender.
When one is available, the database also includes a photograph of the offender.
Do You Need to Talk to a Milwaukee Sex Crime Lawyer Before Being Ordered to Register as a Sex Offender?
If you’re accused of any type of sex crime in Milwaukee, Waukesha, or the surrounding communities, call our Wisconsin sex crime defense lawyers at 414-383-6700 for a free case evaluation. We’ll talk about your situation and begin developing a strategy that gets you the best possible outcome right away.