State lawmakers are reconsidering the requirement that certain people should be on the sex offender registry for their entire life. A measure approved Thursday by the Senate Judiciary Committee would allow certain offenders to request their removal from the registry once they turn House Bill would only apply in situations where the offender was younger than 22 at the time, the victim was at least 15 and the sexual contact was consensual. It would also apply if the offender was under 22 and made sexual advances on a law enforcement officer who was posing as someone at least The measure is also limited to only those convicted of just one offense involving a single victim, but an offender would not be eligible if they were convicted of any other felony for at least 10 years or if their charge included sexual assault, child molestation or child prostitution.
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