Raleigh Criminal Attorneys Share Insights into Children Accused of Sex Crimes

Raleigh Sex Offender Lawyer Shares Insights into Kids Accused of Sex Crimes

 

When she was 10 years old, Charla Roberts pulled down the pants of an elementary school classmate. It was a childish prank – but it landed her on the state’s sex offender registry after being prosecuted for “indecency with a child.” Roberts’ name stayed on the list until her early 20s. Even after it was removed, information about her sex offender record stayed online, free for anyone to read and judge.

The New Yorker details Roberts’ story, as well as those of other juvenile sex offenders named in registries throughout the country. They share a common theme: how a singular act in their youth, which they may not have properly understood, continued to stigmatize them into adulthood. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2tPIBl9

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