Frequently Asked Questions.

Sex offenders are the only class of felony offenders in Florida that have sanctions after their incarceration sentence is served. In order to prevent arrest and/or a violation of probation, it is critical to know what laws, release conditions, and restrictions apply to sex offenders. Not all laws and restrictions will apply to every sex offender. Conditions and restrictions are imposed on a case-by-case basis but the sentencing court and the Florida Department of Corrections (FL-DOC).

The laws, probation conditions, and restrictions a registered sex offender must comply with can be exhaustive and confusing. In this section, we’re going to be thorough as we can and cite the statutes that apply. We encourage sex offenders and their loved ones to dive deep into this section to fully understand what is expected of a sex offender who has been released back into their community. Without further adieu, let’s get started.

*** This article is for informational purposes only and is not meant to serve as legal advice. Please consult an attorney if you need legal advice. ***