Registration: Less serious non-violent adult, youthful, offender, or juvenile offenses may petition the sentencing court for relief at or after sentencing, if: 1 offense did not involve force and was only a crime due to age of the victim; and 2 at the time of offense, victim was 13 years or older and the defendant was less than five years older than the victim. Employment: Less serious offenses may petition county court for relief from employment restrictions e. Restrictions may be reinstated for good cause. Residency: Registrants who are terminally ill, permanently immobile, have a debilitating medical condition requiring substantial care or supervision, or require placement in a residential health care facility, may petition county court for relief from certain residency restrictions at any time. Must be reinstated if person is no longer afflicted. Pardon relieves registration obligation only if specified, and if 30 days' notice given to victim.
Tennessee Sex Offenders
Tennessee Felony Offender Information
Tennessee Sex Offender law protects the citizens of the state from sex crime recidivism. Convicted offenders must register within 48 hours of release from jail or parole. Duration of registration depends on the nature of the offense. Sex offenders cannot live feet in parks, schools, daycare, and playgrounds. This restriction does not apply to offenders whose victims were adults. Sex offenders living in areas close to children facilities may continue living in that location as long as they were there before their conviction.
Sex Offender Registry Law
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