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Who Must Register as a Sex Offender in Georgia?
Who Must Register as a Sex Offender in Georgia?

Post-Release Consequences for Convicted Sex Offenders Many people have a false idea that defendants convicted sex offenders are only subject to lengthy prison sentences and steep fines. However, those convicted of sex crimes experience life-changing devastation that extends ...

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