Isn't the point of registering as a career offender no matter a permanent or temporary address so they know where you are? And how could a person be charged with failure to register when they are at either the permanent or temporary address that is registered with the authorities?
1 Answer from Attorneys
The state must have more facts to charge than you're stating here, because based solely on what is said here they shouldn't be able to charge or convict.
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