NARSOL’s attorney database is open for business

So many of you responded to our request for recommendations of attorneys in your state that you used for sexual crime and registry related issues. Without your participation, this project could not have been developed. Thank you so much.

Some of you will find that the attorney(s) you submitted are not included in the database. That is because they were all emailed, told they had been recommended by a former client, and asked if they wanted to be in the database, but we have included only the ones who responded affirmatively. They are marked with the blue “N” (NARSOL) symbol. The ones who did not respond are not included.

The names in the database that are not marked with the blue “N” are attorneys who were part of the original resource site. They have been verified as having current legal practices that include the representation of clients with sexual offense charges or registry issues, but they have not been recommended to NARSOL by former clients.

It is important to remember that all of the names in the attorney database are for informational purposes only. NARSOL does not endorse or recommend any of the attorneys on this list; however, those with the NARSOL symbol have been suggested by you, NARSOL’s members and supporters. All who use this resource should conduct their own due diligence in selecting legal representation.

Your input is still welcome. At the end of the attorney listings, there is a form where you can recommend attorneys that you would like included, or you can still send the information to Please include your name so that we can let the attorneys know who recommended them.

Again, thank you for your help with this project.

NARSOL’s resource site is

The attorney listing is

Sandy Rozek

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Sandy, a NARSOL board member, is communications director for NARSOL, editor-in-chief of the Digest, and a writer for the Digest and the NARSOL website. Additionally, she participates in updating and managing the website and assisting with a variety of organizational tasks.

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