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Removal from website: Mandatory for listed offenses if designated as low/moderate-low SARATSO risk level. Collateral relief order not available for sex offenders. Pardon may relieve registration requirement but no authority directly on point. Such offenders with level I risk assessment may petition for relief at any time. Non-sexual kidnapping of minor: May petition for relief immediately. Physically incapacitated registrants, those in a nursing home or permanently disabled may petition for relief immediately. Discharge following first offender deferred adjudication provides relief from registration obligations. See https://pap.georgia.gov/ pardons-restoration-rights. Certain less violent offenses: No prior conviction for sex offense/distribution of obscene materials to minors. May petition court for relief after 20/10/5 years (from date of discharge by DOC), depending on the offense, or upon successful completion of deferred adjudication. Relief not available for serious violent offenses/SVPs. Sex offenses not eligible for sealing under § 24-72-702. Youthful offenders: Termination must not conflict with federal law. Certain less violent offenses: May petition court for relief from registration, residency and employment restrictions 10 years after completion of sentence. Sex offenders must wait 10 years before applying, and a separate application form is required.
Must have completed sentence and treatment program. Employment/proximity: Clear and convincing evidence that offender does not pose threat to children in day care facilities. Sealing or expungement of conviction appears to relieve obligation to register.
Lifetime juvenile offenders: Court must be "satisfied by clear and convincing evidence that the juvenile sex offender is rehabilitated and does not pose a threat to the safety of the public." § 15-20A-34(h).
Court may consider nature of offense/employment and any other criteria. Residency: Court must find "by clear and convincing evidence that the sex offender does not pose a substantial risk of perpetrating any future dangerous sexual offense or that the sex offender is not likely to reoffend." § 15-20A-23(g).
Juvenile offenders: Court considers "whether the person is likely to commit a subsequent offense of or involving unlawful sexual behavior." § 16-22-113(1)(e).
Sealing available 5 years after termination of juvenile court jurisdiction or upon turning 18. § 16-22-103(5)20/10/5 year relief/Deferred adjudication: No additional criteria. Life (tier III/recidivists)/25 years (tier II)/15 years (tier I).
Pardon may relieve but no authority directly on point. Offense committed under age 18 (juvenile adjudication or conviction): Discretionary termination by court after successful completion of probation.