Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board Updates Its Regulations

The Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board recently implemented a substantial revision to its long outdated regulations. This revision follows many years of direction and then criticism from the state’s highest courts, including the Supreme Judicial Court in numerous decisions. The new regulations reflect the recent Supreme Judicial Court’s decision in John Doe No. 380316 vs.… 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 »