In 2016 there are two new AZ laws regarding sex offenders:
HB 2488 states that an individual convicted of sexual assault has no parental rights to any child that may be the result of that assault.
HB 2539 allows an individual convicted of sexual conduct with a minor to ask the court to terminate his or her duty to register as a sex offender under the following circumstances: if the offender completed probation, the offender was under age 22 at the time of the offense, the victim was age 15 or older, the conduct was consensual, there was not more than one victim, the court has not determined there is reason to believe the defendant is sexually violent, and the defendant was not sentenced to prison.
Since your son was sentenced to prison, it does not appear that he will be able to take advantage of this new law. I know this is not the answer you wanted to hear, but I am assuming that you are wanting a professional and honest answer.
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