New Episode: "Is It Legal To...?" Sex Offender Registry
Compassionate caution: Some cases discussed in this episode involve violence and sexual assault.
Keeping your children safe is a top priority for parents. The sex offender registry was created as a way for the public to access available information about convicted sexual offenders to keep themselves and their families safe.
In the latest episode of the “Is It Legal To…?” podcast, hosts Farrah Fite and Bob Priddy are joined by Matt Radefeld, partner at Frank, Juengel & Radefeld in St. Louis, to discuss the sex offender registry, who is required to register, and how it works.
Topics in this episode include:
- What is the sex offender registry?
- What are the rules about registering for the sex offender registry?
- What information is available to the public?
- What are the restrictions for someone on the sex offender registry?
- Can someone be removed from the registry?
- Are there any exemptions when registering for the sex offender registry?
Listen to the new episode here or by clicking the play button below.
“Is It Legal To…?” is a podcast produced by The Missouri Bar, with hosts Communications Director Farrah Fite and veteran Missourinet reporter Bob Priddy. To listen to more episodes, visit MissouriLawyersHelp.org/IsItLegalTo.
Do you have a legal topic you would like to discuss? Interested in being a guest on an upcoming episode? Email Farrah Fite at email@example.com.