Lifetime Supervision In Nevada Unconstitutional
Advocacy From Our Dedicated Las Vegas Sex Crime Attorneys
In 1995 the state of Nevada passed a law giving the Parole Board authority to establish a program of lifetime supervision against released sex offenders. Residency and movement restrictions were added in 2007. This law is known as Nevada Revised Statute 213.1243.
With the assistance of co-counsel, Robert Draskovich has filed suit against the State of Nevada and other involved parties for imposing this law against registered sex offenders as it is a violation of their constitutional rights. You can learn more about this lawsuit here.
Here is a news broadcast on the issue which includes commentary by Robert Draskovich:
If you are currently on lifetime supervision and feel your rights are being violated do not hesitate to call The Draskovich Law Group at (702) 381-6590 today.
Upcoming Tier Level Change For Registered Sex Offenders
Assembly Bill 579 was passed in 2007 in conformity with the federal law titled the Adam Walsh Act, having been instituted as a result of 6-year-old Adam Walsh being kidnapped and murdered in 1981. This Bill will require non-dangerous offenders with convictions as old as 1956 to register as sex offenders. This registration would cause them to have their names, photos, and addresses posted to the internet as a matter of public interest amongst many other invasive lifetime requirements.
If you or a loved one are one of the 4,600 offenders who will be affected by the passing of this Bill do not hesitate to contact our Las Vegas sex crime defense lawyers for a free consultation.