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Wisconsin statutes state that an individual who was sentenced only to probation is no longer required to register after 15 years have passed from the date on which the probationary period ends. Accordingly, you may wish to have your attorney review the date on which your probation ends and the final disposition of your charge, as the registration period may have expired or may expire soon. Alternatively, your attorney may find that petitioning for early relief
from the reporting requirement is an option depending on the details of the situation.
Wisconsin Statutes Section 301.45(5)(a)(1)
Read the whole statute here: https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2009/statutes/statutes/301/45(5) Release from requirements for persons who committed a sex offense in this state.
(a) Except as provided in pars. (am) and (b), a person who is covered under sub. (1g) (a), (b), (bm), (c), (d), (dd), (dp), (e) or (em) no longer has to comply with this section when the following applicable criterion is met:
1. If the person has been placed on probation or supervision for a sex offense, 15 years after discharge from the probation or supervision imposed for the sex offense.
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