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Juveniles (2 year relief & initial exemption): Court must determine "by a preponderance of the evidence that such person is not likely to pose a threat to public safety." § 4123(c)(2), (d). Code § 22-4002(a), (b).25 year relief: Must demonstrate that relief complies with certain federal standards. https://pap.georgia.gov/pardons-restoration-rights.. Certain less violent offenses: Court must find "by a preponderance of the evidence that the individual does not pose a substantial risk of perpetrating any future dangerous sexual offense." O. Pardon: "Must have lived a law-abiding life during the 10 years prior to applying." No pending charges. 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). 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. Residency: Terminally ill or permanently immobile registrants may petition county court for relief from certain residency restrictions at any time. Must be reinstated if person is no longer afflicted. Pardon relieves registration obligation only if specified, and if 30 days' notice given to victim. Lifetime juvenile offenders may petition court for full relief 25 years after release. Less serious youthful offenders no more than four years older than victim may petition for full relief at any time after completion of sentence/court-ordered registration period. Sealing under § 12-15-136 not available for sex offenses. Lifetime juvenile offenders: No subsequent youthful offender sex offender adjudication. Pardon: Considerations include results of mandatory polygraph and psychosexual evaluation. § 846E-10(f)May petition court for full relief after 10 years if not an aggravated offender/violent sexual predator. May petition from relief from bars on employment with child care facility/proximity to facility after 10 years. Pardon for violent and sex crimes available 5 years after completion of sentence. Full relief: Clear and convincing evidence that it is highly probable or reasonably certain the petitioner is not a risk to commit a new violation for any violent crime/sex offense/certain crimes against minors. 40/25/10 year relief: Substantial evidence and more than proof by a preponderance of the evidence that offender is very unlikely to commit a covered offense ever again, and registration will not assist in protecting the safety of the public or any member thereof. Expungement under Idaho Code § 19-2604 is not available for sex offenders. Must present testimony from licensed physician/psychologist about petitioner's chance of success of not committing an act against children.

For conviction under 18, may also petition for termination at annual probation hearing until turning 22. Statutory rape conviction while under age 22 with probation sentence (where victim between age 15-17) : May petition for termination upon completion of probation.

Employment: Less serious offenders may petition county court for relief from employment restrictions (regarding proximity to a school) at any time.

Employment: No prior or subsequent sex offenses, no pending sex offense charges.

Must "conform to and obey the laws of the land." § 4852.05. Certificate of rehabilitation: "The person shall live an honest and upright life, shall conduct himself or herself with sobriety and industry, shall exhibit a good moral character, and shall conform to and obey the laws of the land." § 4852.05. See § 16-17-103 ("A pardon issued by the governor shall waive all collateral consequences associated with each conviction"). *Registration period runs from release from custody (if level V custody) or effective date of sentence (level IV custody or below). Tier II/III misdemeanor offenders where victim was not under 13 (if offender was 18 or older at time of commission) may petition for relief immediately. Tier I offenders may petition for relief 10 years from last day of Level IV/V sentence, or from the date of sentencing if no IV/V sentence imposed. Tier II/III offenders may petition for redesignation and eventually reach a Tier I designation, though certain waiting periods and eligibility criteria apply. Unconditional pardon relieves registration obligations.

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.

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Youthful offenders: Court may consider factors including recommendation of probation officer/prosecutor, testimony of victim/victim's family. Early termination only available upon reversal of conviction. § (3) (registration required "regardless of whether the judgment was set aside under § or a similar procedure in another jurisdiction or was the subject of a pardon or other executive clemency").