If you've already been convicted of a crime against a child or a sex crime in general, you may be required to be on a sex offender's list and to report when you move. If this is a requirement of your sentence, then failing to do so can land you in hot water. That's what happened to this man from Longview.
Recommitment, which is when a person serves a prison term, is released and then is placed back in prison for an extended term, is a special kind of imprisonment that does not violate the constitution's ex-post facto or double jeopardy laws. Because the imprisonment doesn't violate the constitution, it allows courts to rule to place a habitual sex offender in prison for extended periods of time for the safety of the public.
As a person who has been accused of an Internet crime, it's important that you understand why you're in this position. How was a complaint filed against you? Was it legitimate, and if so, how can evidence be provided or discounted to help you defend yourself?
Having a nice date night out or even sleeping with someone new can go horribly wrong if you're suddenly accused of a sexual offense the following morning. Even if you've done nothing wrong and someone cries wolf, the implication that you may be a sex offender can cause your reputation to suffer within social circles, at work and at home.