The Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB) evaluates people convicted of sexual offenses for their potential dangerousness to the community. A person can be categorized as a level one, two or three, and each level contains its own restrictions and requirements. Such restrictions severely impair your work and family life.
Registering as a sex offender in Massachusetts can be especially difficult if you believe your sex offense level is incorrect–and should be lowered. We can help anyone fight their classification level, whether it be the first time you are forced to register, or whether you are seeking reclassification after years of registering.
Many people are categorized incorrectly by SORB. We represent people at SORB hearings and on appeal, and have successfully lowered people’s registration status. We can help you to do the same. Challenge your SORB classification and potentially lower your SORB level.