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"Lifetime registration is required for an offender found to have committed an aggravated sex offense, determined by the court to be a sexually violent predator, or found to have been adjudicated guilty of a second or subsequent sex offense under a separate case number, not multiple counts on the same charge. (Ark. Code Ann. § 12-12-919(a)) Any other sex offender required to register can apply for an order terminating the obligation to register to the sentencing court. The court must hold a hearing on the application at which the applicant and any interested persons may present witnesses and other evidence. The court will grant an order terminating the obligation to register upon proof by a preponderance of the evidence that: (1) the applicant, within 15 years after being released from prison or another institution, placed on parole, supervised release, or probation, has not been adjudicated guilty of a sex offense; and (2) the applicant is not likely to pose a threat to the safety of others. (Ark. Code Ann. § 12-12-919(b))"
Thus until he is able to get his registration stopped in Arkansas he will not be able to get his name off of the list in MO.
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