Youthful offenders convicted of certain rape offenses who were not more than 4 years older than victim, who was years old, may petition for relief at sentencing or any time thereafter. Registration: Clear and convincing evidence that the petitioner is sufficiently rehabilitated to warrant removal from registry.
Same "preponderance" standard as above. Court must be "satisfied that the offender is not a current or potential threat to public safety.
Pardon does not provide relief from registration requirement, which is regulatory. Conviction that has been "set aside" not subject to registration. By policy, people convicted of sex offenses are not ordinarily granted pardons, but are not precluded from applying.
In addition, registration terminates if "a court in the person's state of conviction has made an individualized determination that the person should not be required to register. It has not been made available for you to take action against any individual. Please report all information on offenders directly to the office within that county.
Doe and Hershberger v. Child Welfare Information Gateway. FL Life. If you know or suspect a child is being sexually abused, please report it to your local child protective services. Discharge following first offender deferred adjudication provides relief from registration obligations.
Tier I offender may petition the court for 5 year reduction of term after 10 years.