What Does It Mean to Be a Registered Narcotics Offender?

If you or a loved one has recently been convicted of certain provisions, you or the loved one will have to become a registered narcotics offender.  The obligation last for five years from the date of the conviction, not a lifetime as with being a registered sex offender.  Why do our laws require this?  What does such registration do for law enforcement or is it just a way to hassle someone?  Click on the following link to find out answers and more information about this obligation.


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