Advice Concerning Requirements to Register as a Sex Offender

Military Sexual Offender Registration Notification

Downloadable form – Advice Concerning Requirements to Register as a Sex Offender-Military Sex Assault Lawyers

General Information: Under Federal law, DoD Instruction 1325.07, and Army Regulation 27-10, those who have been convicted of any offense listed on the attached pages must register with the appropriate authorities in the jurisdiction (State, District of Columbia, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands, the United States Virgin Islands, and Indian Tribal lands) in which they reside, carry on a vocation, or attend school.  Generally, this sex offender registration must take place within three days of release from confinement or within three days of conviction if not confined. This requirement exists regardless of whether the service member remains in the Army or is separated.  If the service member remains in the military, registration with the installation Provost Marshal is also required.

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Advice to Client: Sex offender registration lists are accessible by the public.  I understand that I may encounter substantial prejudice from being classified as a sex offender.

Because each State’s laws or territorial laws are different and can be changed or interpreted differently, it will be my responsibility to determine the registration requirements where I reside, carry on a vocation, or am a student to determine the requirements.  My defense counsel has advised me to consult an attorney in the jurisdiction where I will live, work or go to school if I have any questions.  It is a violation of law to fail to register as a sex offender if the law requires me to do so.

The offenses which commonly require registration as a sex offender are very broad and include, as a minimum, those listed on the enclosure. State or territorial law may be even broader.

I have discussed the above matters with my defense counsel.

I have read and understand the contents of this form and the enclosure and have been provided a copy of them.

Defense Counsel’s signature

Accused’s signature

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List of reportable military sexual offenses requiring sex offender registration

Table 4Offenses Defined before October 1, 2007

UCMJ

ARTICLE

DIBRS

CODE

OFFENSE
120 120A Rape
120 120B1/2 Carnal Knowledge
125 125A Forcible Sodomy
125 125B1/2 Sodomy of a Minor
133 133D Conduct Unbecoming an Officer (involving any sexually violent offense or a criminal offense of a sexual nature against a Minor or kidnapping of a Minor)
134 134-B6 Prostitution Involving a Minor
134 134-C1 Indecent Assault
134 134-C4 Assault with Intent to Commit Rape
134 134-C6 Assault with Intent to Commit Sodomy
134 134-R1 Indecent Act with a Minor
134 134-R3 Indecent Language to a Minor
134 134-S1 Kidnapping of a Minor (by a person not parent)
134 134-Z Pornography Involving a Minor
134 134-Z Conduct Prejudicial to Good Order and Discipline (involving any sexually violent offense or a criminal offense of a sexual nature against a Minor or kidnapping of a Minor)
134 134-Y2 Assimilative Crime Conviction (of a sexually violent offense or a  criminal  offense  of  a  sexual  nature  against  a   Minor  or kidnapping of a Minor)
80 Attempt (to commit any of the foregoing)
81 Conspiracy (to commit any of the foregoing)
82 082-A Solicitation (to commit any of the foregoing)

Table 5Offenses Defined on or After October 1, 2007 and Before June 28, 2012

Military Law Sexual Resources:

Types of Courts Martial in the Military Justice System

Advice Concerning Requirements to Register as a Military Sex Offender

Rape in the Military – Article 120 UCMJ

Military Justice System – Overview

MRE 412: Military Rape Shield Law

Investigation of Military Offenses

Court Martial Jurisdiction

UCMJ ARTICLE DIBRS CODE OFFENSE
120(a)(1) 120-A1 Rape. Using Force
120(a)(2) 120-A2 Rape. Causing Grievous Bodily Harm
120(a)(3) 120-A3 Rape. Threatening Death, Grievous Bodily Harm, Kidnapping
120(a)(4) 120-A4 Rape. Rendering Unconscious
120(a)(5) 120-A5 Rape. Administering Drug, Intoxicant, Or Similar Substance
120(b)(1) 120-B3 Rape Of Child.  Under 12 Years Old
120(b)(2) 120-B4 Rape Of Child.  12 – Under 16 Years Old
120(b)(2) 120-B5 Rape Of Child.  12 – Under 16 Years Old.  Causing Grievous

Bodily Harm

120(b)(2) 120-B6 Rape Of Child.  12 – Under 16 Years Old.  Threatening Death, Grievous Bodily Harm, Kidnapping
120(b)(2) 120-B7 Rape Of Child.  12 – Under 16 Years Old.  Rendering

Unconscious

120(b)(2) 120-B8 Rape Of Child.  12 – Under 16 Years Old. Administering Drug, Intoxicant, Or Similar Substance.
120(c)(1)(A) 120-C1 Aggravated Sexual Assault.  Threatening Or Placing in Fear

(Other than Of Death, Grievous Bodily Harm, Kidnapping)

120(c)(1)(B) 120-C2 Aggravated Sexual Assault.  Causing Bodily Harm
120(c)(2) 120-C3 Aggravated Sexual Assault.  When Victim is Substantially Incapacitated/Unable to Appraise Act, Decline Participation, Or Communicate Unwillingness
120(d) 120-D1 Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child.  12 – Under 16 Years Old
120(e) 120-E1 Aggravated Sexual Contact.  Using Force
120(e) 120-E2 Aggravated Sexual Contact.  Causing Grievous Bodily Harm
120(e) 120-E3 Aggravated Sexual Contact.  Threatening Death, Grievous

Bodily Harm, Kidnapping

120(e) 120-E4 Aggravated Sexual Contact.  Rendering Unconscious

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UCMJ ARTICLE DIBRS CODE OFFENSE
120(e) 120-E5 Aggravated Sexual Contact. Administering Drug, Intoxicant, or

Similar Substance

120(f) 120-F1 Aggravated Sexual Abuse of a Child
120(g) 120-G1 Aggravated Sexual Contact with a Child.  Under 12 Years Old
120(g) 120-G2 Aggravated Sexual Contact with a Child.  12 – Under 16 Years

Old.  Using Force

120(g) 120-G3 Aggravated Sexual Contact with a Child.  12 – Under 16 Years

Old.  Causing Grievous Bodily Harm

120(g) 120-G4 Aggravated Sexual Contact with a Child.  12 – Under 16 Years

Old.  Threatening Death, Grievous Bodily Harm, Kidnapping

120(g) 120-G5 Aggravated Sexual Contact with a Child.  12 – Under 16 Years

Old.  Rendering Unconscious

120(g) 120-G6 Aggravated Sexual Contact with a Child.  12 – Under 16 Years

Old.  Administering Drug, Intoxicant, or Similar Substance

120(h) 120-H1 Abusive Sexual Contact
120(h) 120-H2 Abusive Sexual Conduct. Causing Bodily Harm
120(h) 120-H3 Abusive Sexual Conduct. When Victim is Substantially Incapacitated/Unable to Appraise Act, Decline Participation, or Communicate Unwillingness
120(i) 120-I1 Abusive Sexual Contact with a Child.  12 – Under 16 Years Old
120(j) 120-J1 Indecent Liberty with a Child
120(k) 120-K1 Indecent Acts
120(l) 120-L1 Forcible Pandering
120(m) 120-M1 Wrongful Sexual Contact
125 125A Forcible Sodomy
125 125B1/2 Sodomy of a Minor
133 133D Conduct Unbecoming an Officer that describes conduct set out in any Provision of this Appendix
134 134-B6 Prostitution Involving a Minor

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Table 5Offenses Defined on or After October 1, 2007 and Before June 28, 2012, Continued

UCMJ ARTICLE DIBRS CODE OFFENSE
134 134-C4 Assault with Intent to Commit Rape
134 134-C6 Assault with Intent to Commit Sodomy
134 134-S1 Kidnapping of a Minor (by a person not parent)
134 134-Z Pornography Involving a Minor

Table 6. Offenses Defined on or After June 28, 2012

UCMJ

ARTICLE

DIBRS

CODE

OFFENSE
120(a) 120AA1 Rape
120(b) 120AA2 Sexual Assault
120(c) 120AA3 Aggravated Sexual Contact
120(d) 120AA4 Abusive Sexual Contact
120b(a) 120BB1 Rape of a Child (Under 12 years of age)
120b(a) 120BB2 Rape of a Child (Has attained the age of 12)
120b(b) 120BB3 Sexual Assault of a Child
120b(c) 120BB4 Sexual Abuse of a Child
120c(a) 120CC1 Indecent Viewing, Visual Recording, or Broadcasting
120c(b) 120CC2 Forcible Pandering

False Allegations of Sexual Assault in the Military

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Forcible Pandering or Forced Prostitution MCM 45b(12)

Forcible pandering is compelling someone to

  • Engage in an act of “prostitution”
  • And procuring the clients for the act of prostitution

“Prostitution” is a sexual act, sexual contact or a lewd act.

A “lewd” act is intentionally touching another’s genitalia (not through clothing) with the intent to abuse, humiliate or degrade any person or to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of any person or intentionally causing another person to engage in said touching. MCM 45a(t)(10)

 

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