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Sexually Dangerous Person Petitions: The 60-Minute Lawyer

Criteria, consequences and counseling clients who are candidates for civil comitment

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    Unclear on what SDP Petitions are or when they are filed? You are not alone. Think these only happen after a client is indicted? Not the case—defendants in both District and Superior Courts are subjects of SDP Petitions every day, so you need to be up to date on these cases in order to advise your clients properly, even if you are just representing them on a ‘technical’ violation of probation!

    Sex offender civil commitment under G.L. ch. 123A is the harshest collateral consequence in Massachusetts for defendants charged with a sexual or sexually-motivated offense. Most attorneys have limited, if any, information on what SDP commitment is and who may be eligible. This training is important for attorneys practicing in both District and Superior Court. This training assists criminal defense attorneys in understanding SDP commitments and how to effectively advise criminal clients about this potential consequence.

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