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Do you need to register as a Missouri sex offender?

If you have ever served time for a Missouri sex crime, you may wonder how much of an effect your conviction might have on your life moving forward. This depends, at least to some extent, on whether you must register with the state as a sex offender. Doing so can considerably limit your freedoms in your day-to-day life, and it also has the potential to affect everything from where you can live and work to with whom you can spend time. On the flip side, failing to register as a sex offender can have serious repercussions, too, so it is important to be able to determine whether it is a step you need to take.

Halloween and Missouri Sex Offender Restrictions

In the last two decades, Halloween has become big business. The decorations and the parties have made it a very high-profile holiday compared to what it used to be. Merchants who are struggling in this slow economy are happy to hear the cash registers ringing, and many adults as well as kids enjoy the festive atmosphere.

Missouri Considers Paring Down Mandatory Sex Offender Registration List

The term "tipping point" refers to the moment when significant change happens. Malcolm Gladwell's book of that name popularized the phrase widely. Such change often seems sudden, even though it may have been building for years.

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