Sex Offense Law Attorney
Individuals who are on Parole Supervision for Life (PSL) & Community Supervision for Life (CSL) must abide by many conditions. For most people, these PSL/CSL conditions are more burdensome than complying with Megan’s Law registration. PSL/CSL supervisees also face significant restrictions on their freedom.
For example, PSL/CSL supervisees must notify their Parole Officer if they intend to leave the State of New Jersey. Also, those on PSL/CSL may have to follow special conditions. These can include restrictions on Internet use, imposition of a curfew, inability to live with their own children, and much more.
A registrant may challenge the imposition of a general or special parole condition. At Maynard Law Office, LLC, our legal team has experience and success modifying various parole conditions.
Why is Modifying Parole (PSL/CSL) Conditions Important?
- Improve the quality of life for individuals on parole:
- Modifying PSL/CSL conditions allows individuals more freedom to enjoy their lives.
- For example, most PSL/CSL supervisees must obtain permission to live with their children. Our law firm has successfully obtained permission from Parole that allowed our clients to live with their children.
- Obtaining Permission to Use the Internet for Employment:
- Many registrants have retained our law firm to petition for Internet access for work purposes.
- If you face an internet ban, our law firm can appeal the denial of access to the internet for work and other purposes.
- In the past, we have obtained Parole’s permission to allow registrants to use the Internet for their employment, etc. As a result, these registrants have been able to take advantage of more job opportunities.
Maynard Law Office, LLC Can Help:
At Maynard Law Office, LLC, we are dedicated to sex offense law. Our legal team is highly knowledgeable about Megan’s Law, CSL/PSL, and sex offense law. We have also been able to modify parole conditions for many clients. Call us today at (973) 540-0054 for a free consultation!