We use every legal tool in our arsenal to defend our clients' rights and protect their freedom. The duty to register generally ends when the person required to register as a sex offender dies. Avoiding Registration Through Florida's Romeo And Juliet Laws In Florida, convicted sex offenders can petition the court for exemption from registration requirements under the state's Romeo and Juliet law. This law comes into play in very limited circumstances: Under Florida law, convicted sex offenders must repeatedly report to the local sheriff's office every few months and within 48 hours of any change in residence or employment. The offense was sexual battery or lewd or lascivious conduct The act was consensual and involved a minor aged 14 or older The alleged victim and offender were not more than four years apart in age At the Kaylor Law Group, we will do everything in our power to protect our clients from sex offender registration. We can help you. At the Kaylor Law Group , our attorneys are experienced, aggressive and effective. If you were charged with failure to register, you need experienced lawyers working on your defense. Contact the Kaylor Law Group at or If the person does not reside or intend to reside in a municipality, the person shall register or verify registration in any county where the person resides or intends to reside for more than seven days. We prepare every case for trial. The person must also notify the local law enforcement authority in which the person's new address is located within seven days of moving. The driver's license or personal ID certificate must be renewed annually until the person's duty to register expires. Failure to report or update your registration is a felony. If you were convicted of a sex offense, failure to register will add new points to your record, often resulting in a long prison term. We act quickly and take immediate steps to protect our clients' rights.