I am transferring my parole via inter-state compact from VA to FLA. I have a misdemeanor sexual battery( without disclosing infection) that VA did not require me to register as a sex offender. What will FLA require me to do since VA did not require sex registry for this conviction. According to the laws of VA this is not considered a sexually violent crime. Why would FLA as the receiving state that the crime did not happen ( VA conviction and served 6 months ) in, up-grade my punishment to something even VA did not require???
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