If you are on Oregon’s sex offender registry, you are required to register for life, but can petition for relief from whatever agency classified you as a sex offender in the first place, as long as its been over 5 years since you completed probation or post prison supervision. In order to obtain relief, you must meet complex eligibility requirements. At a minimum, you have to live, work or go to school in Oregon and be classified as a “Level 1” low risk offender. (Higher risk offenders can petition for re-classification to level 1.) The list of disqualifications is lengthy. Even if you meet all the requirements, there is no guarantee of a good outcome. Criminal defense lawyer Anna P. Sammons will maximize your chances of success – she has approximately 10 years of experience litigating and appealing sex offender registration matters at the administrative, trial, and appellate levels and has a deep understanding of the psychology of the decision makers. The sooner you call her, the sooner she can start developing a strong strategy for obtaining registration relief.