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Do I Have to Register as a Virginia Sex Offender Forever?
Do I Have to Register as a Virginia Sex Offender Forever?

When you are convicted of a sex crime in Virginia, not only must you serve a lengthy prison sentence, but you are also required to register as a sex offender. Unfortunately, being a registered sex offender can negatively affect employment, housing, and other life ...

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