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Juveniles under 14: Must register to age 18 or for 5 years from adjudication/release, whichever is later. Out of state convictions, see §§ 22-4906(k), (l), 22-4906(k), (l) (term required by jurisdiction of conviction or KS, whichever is longer)."No person required to register as an offender pursuant to the Kansas offender registration act shall be granted an order relieving the offender of further registration under this act." § 22-4908. However, expungement under § 21-6614 is not available while registered. No provision for reducing 25-year registration requirement for sexual misconduct with a minor. 15 year registration may be reduced to 10 years upon petition § 4(E)(1). 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. 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. 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.

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

Deferred/withheld adjudication does not provide relief, §§ 1(7), :24(b), nor does expungement, La.

Expungement relieves public registration obligation only. "The requirement to register shall apply to an offender who is pardoned." § 4(A), (B)(1).

Statutory rape conviction while under age 22 with probation sentence (where victim between age 15-17) : Court may deny if denial is "in the best interests of justice or tends to ensure the safety of the public." A.

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§ 13-3826Less serious offenders may petition court for relief 15 years after release from incarceration. Not available for level 4 offenders/aggravated offenses/recidivists. For conviction under § 5-24-221 (permitting physical abuse of a minor), registrant may petition for termination at any time. Expungement does not terminate registration obligation, § 12-12-905(b), but pardon/reversal/set aside/vacatur does. Registration may be terminated upon petition at the expiration of the minimum period. Certificate of rehabilitation relieves duty to register for certain minor sex offenses where charges dismissed pursuant to § 1203.4. Sex offenders eligible to apply for COR 10/7 years after dismissal of charges, depending on offense.

Set-aside under § 13-907 does not relieve duty to register.

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