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Sex Offender Registration under the Three-Tiered System

Webinar: February 21 (Thursday) - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

 

Recent revisions to California Penal Code § 290 have resulted in a three-tiered system of ending most registration requirements after 10 or 20 years that is set to become fully operative by 2022. This program provides an overview of the revisions to the law and explains the effects on those who are currently subject to registration as well as those who might become subject to registration after the operative dates.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit, including 1 hour of Criminal Law Specialization

Recent revisions to California Penal Code § 290 have resulted in a three-tiered system of ending most registration requirements after 10 or 20 years that is set to become fully operative by 2022. Despite the delayed operative date, these revisions need to be taken into account immediately in handling cases that might result in registration pursuant to PC § 290. This program provides an overview of the revisions to the law and explains the effects on those who are currently subject to registration as well as those who might become subject to registration after the operative dates.

  • Application of the tiers
  • Registration requirements under the new scheme
  • Determining the registration period
  • Termination of registry

This is an intermediate level program. Some criminal law experience is assumed.

Webinar CR75821-190

February 21 (Thursday) - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

 

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$ 79.00

Recent revisions to California Penal Code § 290 have resulted in a three-tiered system of ending most registration requirements after 10 or 20 years that is set to become fully operative by 2022. Despite the delayed operative date, these revisions need to be taken into account immediately in handling cases that might result in registration pursuant to PC § 290. This program provides an overview of the revisions to the law and explains the effects on those who are currently subject to registration as well as those who might become subject to registration after the operative dates.

  • Application of the tiers
  • Registration requirements under the new scheme
  • Determining the registration period
  • Termination of registry

This is an intermediate level program. Some criminal law experience is assumed.

GARRICK A. BYERS