Andrew Crouch

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Date registered: February 2, 2011

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  1. Attorney Crouch Secures Protection For Level 2 Sex Offenders Seeking Reclassification — December 10, 2017
  2. Supreme Judicial Court Strikes Down Residency Restrictions For Sex Offenders — December 10, 2017
  3. Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board Updates Its Regulations — February 26, 2016
  4. Massachusetts Changes Classification Standard For Sex Offenders — February 26, 2016
  5. Recent Changes To Massachusetts Reclassification Of Sex Offenders — January 25, 2014

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Supreme Judicial Court Considers Whether To Place Level 2 Offenders On The Internet

The Supreme Judicial Court recently heard the case of Michael Moe & others vs. Chair of the Sex Offender Registry Board, SJC-11520, in which the court will decide: Whether a July, 2013 amendment to the Sex Offender Registry Law — which requires that sex offender registry information of level two sex offenders now be published… Continue reading »


Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Tells Sex Offender Registry Board To Consider Gender As A Classification Factor

The Associated Press reports that the Supreme Judicial Court overturned the classification of a former escort service manager as a low-level sex offender, finding that the state’s Sex Offender Registry Board should have considered research showing women are less likely than men to commit new sex offenses. Boston sex offender attorney Andrew Crouch filed an… Continue reading »


Massachusetts Legislature Passes Sex Offender Reforms For Level 2 Offenders

Multiple news outlets are reporting the news that both the Massachusetts House and Senate have agreed to language substantially changing sex offender laws in Massachusetts. The changes will impact all registered offenders. The reports provide: Sen. Katherine Clark, D-Melrose, Chair of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary, recently announced that the Massachusetts legislature has enacted… Continue reading »


Attorney Crouch Secures Reversal Of Client’s Failure To Register Conviction

In the recent case of Commonwealth v. Loring, 463 Mass. 1012 (2012), Attorney Crouch argued that a client’s conviction for failing to register as a sex offender should be reversed and the Supreme Judicial Court agreed, reversing his client’s conviction. In Loring, the defendant was classified by the Sex Offender Registry Board as a level… Continue reading »


Massachusetts Legislators Propose Allowing Limited Public Access To Level 1 Sex Offender Information

Legislators from around the state are proposing new legislation in the wake of the arrest of a Level 1 offender on multiple charges of child molestation. State lawmakers from both political parties are lining up behind a bill to allow limited public access to information on Level 1 sex offenders and give the state Sex… Continue reading »

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