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Sealing available 5 years after termination of juvenile court jurisdiction or upon turning 18. § 16-22-103(5)20/10/5 year relief/Deferred adjudication: No additional criteria. Life (tier III/recidivists)/25 years (tier II)/15 years (tier I).

Certificate of rehabilitation: Must not have been subsequently incarcerated. Removal from website: No conviction for certain listed offenses. Must reside in California for 5 years prior to application. Juvenile offenders: May petition for relief after discharge of sentence/disposition, unless court orders continuing registration. Relief not available for serious violent offenses/SVPs . Misdemeanor first offenders under 18 convicted of unlawful sexual behavior/indecent exposure may immediately move to be exempted from registration requirements. 20/10/5 year relief/Deferred adjudication/Juvenile offenders: No prior/subsequent sex offense conviction. Misdemeanor offenders under 18: No prior sex offense charges, no prior unlawful sexual behavior charges. Out of state convictions, see § 54-253(a) (until registration terminates in jurisdiction of conviction).

Must "conform to and obey the laws of the land." § 4852.05. Certificate of rehabilitation: "The person shall live an honest and upright life, shall conduct himself or herself with sobriety and industry, shall exhibit a good moral character, and shall conform to and obey the laws of the land." § 4852.05. See § 16-17-103 ("A pardon issued by the governor shall waive all collateral consequences associated with each conviction"). *Registration period runs from release from custody (if level V custody) or effective date of sentence (level IV custody or below). Tier II/III misdemeanor offenders where victim was not under 13 (if offender was 18 or older at time of commission) may petition for relief immediately. Tier I offenders may petition for relief 10 years from last day of Level IV/V sentence, or from the date of sentencing if no IV/V sentence imposed. Tier II/III offenders may petition for redesignation and eventually reach a Tier I designation, though certain waiting periods and eligibility criteria apply. Unconditional pardon relieves registration obligations.

Lifetime juvenile offenders: Court must be "satisfied by clear and convincing evidence that the juvenile sex offender is rehabilitated and does not pose a threat to the safety of the public." § 15-20A-34(h). Court may consider nature of offense/employment and any other criteria. Residency: Court must find "by clear and convincing evidence that the sex offender does not pose a substantial risk of perpetrating any future dangerous sexual offense or that the sex offender is not likely to reoffend." § 15-20A-23(g). Pardon may relieve but no authority directly on point. Offense committed under age 18 (juvenile adjudication or conviction): Discretionary termination by court after successful completion of probation. Tier I offenders may petition for modification of registration requirements after 2 years; Tiers II and III after 5 years. Registration not required for deferred judgment that has been set aside.

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Juvenile court may waive registration requirement in most instances. Prior to discharge by juvenile court, most juvenile offenders may move for modification/suspension of registration requirements upon a showing of good cause. Statutory rape conviction while under age 22 with probation sentence (where victim between age 15-17) : Court may deny if denial is "in the best interests of justice or tends to ensure the safety of the public." A.