A sexual offender who fails to register, or who changes his or her name, school, or residence or employment address, and fails to give written notification is guilty of a criminal offense.
ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF OFFENSE
The State’s burden of proof is satisfied if the evidence shows, beyond a reasonable doubt, the following essential elements:
1) The Defendant, _____________, has pled guilty or nolo contendere to or been found guilty, including juvenile delinquent adjudications of equivalent offenses, of [felonious sexual offender] [attempted felonious sexual offender] [misdemeanor sexual offender] [attempted misdemeanor sexual offender] [felony crime against a child] or [adjudicated delinquent of any crime against another individual and was found to demonstrate mental abnormality or sexual predatory conduct];
2) The Defendant was required to register; and 3) The Defendant [willfully] [failed to register with the [Chief of Police] [County Sheriff] within three (3) days of coming into a County in which the Offender resides or is temporarily domiciled] [changed his or her name, school, or residence or employment address] and failed to give written notification of the new information to the law enforcement agency within three (3) days].
DEFINITIONS [Insert relevant definitions. NDCC 12.1-32-15, 12.1-02-02.]