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Hello again and thank you for your reply. I did specifically tell you what steps your son can take in this instance, so I might ask that you reread my initial answer so that I do not have to type it out again. I gave you several options, and those are the only options. If this individual is not on the list at the link I provided you, then he is not a registered sex offender. That is the official State list. I checked it with the name you just provided and he is not on it, which means he is not required to be on it. However, there are two other men with the same last name who are on the list, you can see them at: http://www.icrimewatch.net/results.php?AgencyID=55149&SubmitNameSearch=1&OfndrLast=novak&OfndrFirst=&OfndrCity=
If those are not this man, then he isn't required to register. But your son still has all of the other options that I provided to you in detail in my initial response. As for the charges 3 through 43 that were "nulled" that just means he wasn't prosecuted for those. He was initially charged and those charges were not tried. That is very common. The State will charge everything that could possibly be a crime, including every photo or instance of accessing a particular website. However, when they end up going to trial or entering a plea agreement, many charges will be combined and dropped.