Can I Change My Tier, or Can I Get a Lower Tier? Our Attorneys’ Experience
In New Jersey, when a person registers as a sex offender, prosecutors are required to assess this person’s level of reoffending. This evaluation is based on a number of factors, including the results of a psychological evaluation, any prior convictions and the nature of these offenses. Once this evaluation is completed, the sex offender is then placed in one of three categories. These categories determine who is notified of the criminal offense.
- Tier one (Low Risk): Law enforcement agents receive notification.
- Tier two (Moderate Risk): Law enforcement, schools, community organizations, camps, licensed day care centers and other institutions receive notification.
- Tier three (High Risk): Under a high-risk assessment, the above institutions are notified, as well as local residents. In addition, the information is placed on the Internet for public consumption.
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Obviously, the level at which you are classified will have a great impact on your life and your ability to reintegrate into your community. If you have been classified as having a high or moderate risk to reoffend, you have rights and you have options. You have the right to seek a modification of the risk assessment. An experienced criminal defense lawyer can explain your options and help you take action. Maynard Law Office, LLC, has earned a strong reputation of helping people in all aspects of Megan’s Law and Community Supervision for Life / CSL or Parole Supervision for Life / PSL matters.
These assessments are sometimes based on subjective factors. Our attorneys will present the facts of your case in the best possible light. When our law firm represents you, you can be certain that you will be treated with respect and dignity. We will take great care to educate you thoroughly on the issues of your case that are likely to influence the outcome of the appeal.
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If you are looking for a New Jersey sex offender registry tier modification attorney, please contact us or call 973-540-0054 today to schedule your free initial consultation.