Q: I was convicted of felonious sexual assault in 1999 (age 19) for a sexual act which technically occurred...
... In 1998 (age 18) with my 14 year old girlfriend. Though law is by no means my field of expertise, I've personally done a significant amount of RSA reading and Internet scouring hoping to find anything that could free me from this "brand" I'm forced to wear. With all the desperation of a drowning man, I decided to reach out to your firm to ask if you might know of ANY possible course of action to ideally remove this from my record but, even if getting off the registry is my only chance for hope, I'd take it. Getting off the registry would change my life so incredibly that I dare say having to live with the conviction part of it would suddenly seem a great deal easier. After all, I'm currently 43 and have spent 25 YEARS being forced to register over something I did when I was a kid. I could give you details of things which may benefit my case but I'm sure that info is more of a phone call. PLEASE HELP if you're able. I'm SO tired of the pain and darkness this has brought my life
I understand your situation. RSA 651:5 defines a FSA as a "violent crime" and prohibits it from annulment. It is difficult to get removed from the sex offender registry. Here are a links to check:
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