So you are absolutely sure of that even though my last conviction of November 2006 occurred and that they made that law of two convictions later after that required lifetime registration?
You havent looked up the law yet and I am not satisified with your quick answer without really looking into the law so can you look into it to double check. I wouldnt have plead guilty to plea bargain if I have to register for life. It was not the law at that time. They made the law later on i think a year or two later. So, can you take a bit time to look into it and not just give me a quick answer without looking into it? I would appreciate it.
Can you show me where you saw it says it was enacted in Utah in 2006?
Ok, I went to look at the link you sent me. on Number 14 it says:
*Depending on the conviction date, the registration length of any of these might only be 10 years for an individual (for those sentenced before laws changed).
what does that mean?
Ok I know I am taking too much of your time. I will add a bonus with some more questions.
Before I had lewdness of a child misdemeanor A about 20 years ago. I had a registration of 7 years with that. I was off sex registration Then a second conviction with an adult female in 2006. At first it only showed registration of that second offense. Then they later added the one from 20 years ago. But now it is not there anymore.
So, if I am not registered for the one 20 years ago for lewdness of the child anymore listed there, does that mean I do not have to follow this one that was on the link you gave me that said:
Five protected zones for those convicted of a crime against a minor(Meaning those registered for a crime against a minor cannot go on/in):
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