PAROLE REVOCATION HEARINGS
Individuals who were convicted of sex crimes after 2004 and are on Parole Supervision for Life may feel as though their freedom, reputation and opportunities have been limited by the requirements of their parole.
At Maynard Law Office, LLC, we represent individuals in Morris County and throughout New Jersey who are on Parole Supervision for Life (PSL) and recently received a parole violation. Our clients include individuals who were accused of violating a general condition of parole (such as leaving the state without permission) or a special condition of parole (such as possession of an Internet-capable device or consumption of an alcoholic beverage).
We represent individuals in at every stage of the criminal defense process, including parole revocation hearings, which are held before the New Jersey State Parole Board.
If you are found guilty of violating your parole, you may be sent back to prison. Our lawyers know what is at stake and will fight aggressively to protect your rights.
Differences Between CSL and PSL
Although the names are similar, Parole Supervision for Life (PSL) and Community Supervision for Life (CSL) are different. Shortly after New Jersey passed Megan’s Law in 1994, a series of statutes that created CSL were also established.
A decade later, in 2004, CSL was revised, which included changing the name to PSL. Individuals who were convicted of sex crimes between 1994 and 2004 are registered under CSL, and violations of CSL are tried in the Superior Court. Conversely, individuals who were convicted of sex crimes after 2004 are registered under PSL.
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