Sex Offender Sentenced To 30-Months In Prison For Failure To Comply With Registration Law
Kenyen R. Brown, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama announced that John David Smith, 55, of Robertsdale, Alabama, was sentenced today by Chief Judge William H. Steele to 30-months imprisonment, followed by a supervised release term of life, for failing to comply with the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act. Smith was convicted in 1989 of Criminal Sexual Contact of a Minor, Third Degree, in New Mexico, and of Production of Child Pornography in Baldwin County, Alabama, in August of 2013.
The United States Marshals Service conducted the investigation, and Assistant United States Attorney Donna B. Dobbins represented the United States.
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