A sex crime conviction will impact your life long after you have paid your debt to society. If you have been convicted of any of the following, you will have community notification obligations:
- Aggravated sexual assault
- Sexual assault
- Aggravated criminal sexual contact
- Kidnapping, criminal restraint or false imprisonment in connection with sexual assault
- Endangering the welfare of a child by engaging in sexual conduct that would impair or debauch the morals of the child
- Luring or enticing
Under New Jersey law, if you have been convicted of a sex-related offense, mandatory sex offender registration will apply. This involves informing law enforcement as to your address, where you work and other changes in your life. On certain offenses, you will also be subjected to Parole Supervision for Life / PSL. Under PSL, you will face a number of additional restrictions on your freedom. These requirements will negatively impact many areas of your life, such as your ability to find a place to live, to move out-of-state, get a job or go to school.
If you face these restrictions and want to understand what you can do to mitigate their impact, talk to a lawyer at the Morristown law firm of Maynard Law Office, LLC. Our attorneys have built a strong reputation for our experience and success in the area of Megan’s Law appeals. Our lawyers have successfully argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court to overturn a section of Megan’s Law and has helped individuals terminate or modify their Megan’s Law reporting requirements. We also routinely defend people accused of violating the terms of their Community Supervision for Life / CSL or Parole Supervision for Life / PSL.
In every case, we offer knowledgeable, discreet representation. We understand what you are up against. We will provide candid information as to your options and will work hard to achieve your goals.
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If you are in need of an aggressive New Jersey Megan’s Law appeal attorney, please contact us online or call 973-540-0054. We offer a free consultation to discuss your situation.