LET’s CLEAR YOUR NAME
Let McLemore Law File Your Petition to Remove Your Name from the Sex Offender Registry
Having your name on the Arkansas Sex Offender Registry can negatively affect your reputation, shackle your future and limit your job opportunities.
McLemore Law may be able to remove your name from the registry. That would mean no more mandatory reporting to law enforcement, no more notification requirements, and you’d be free to live where you choose. In short, your life returns to normal.
WHO IS eligible?
You may petition the court for name removal from the Arkansas Sex Offender Registry if you meet the following conditions:
Fifteen years have passed since you were placed on probation or completed your prison sentence.
You were not convicted of an aggravated sex offense.
You have not been convicted of a subsequent sex offense.
You can establish that you are not likely to pose a threat to others.
Let Us Help
Regain your reputation and put the past behind you. To learn whether you are eligible for name removal, contact McLemore Law, Ltd. We will quickly determine your eligibility, explain the process and costs for filing the petition, prepare and file the required documents and develop the best strategy for your hearing. Contact McLemore Law today.
Why McLemore Law
A trial lawyer since 1990, Kent McLemore has handled many of the region’s most serious, high-profile cases. His extensive experience with murder trials makes him one of the few attorneys certified by the State of Arkansas to represent defendants facing the death penalty. He also has extensive experience with sex crime trials.
His deep knowledge of Arkansas law and the Northwest Arkansas courts can be a strong advantage for Kent’s clients. It’s hard to navigate the Arkansas Sex Offender Registry’s process for name removal without a thorough knowledge of the applicable laws.
Kent McLemore graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 1989, and practiced criminal defense for more than two decades. In 2017 Kent founded McLemore-Law, Ltd., which concentrates on criminal defense and related administrative matters. A former adjunct professor at the University of Arkansas School of Law, Kent continues to provide leadership in his field