Sex Crimes Attorney
What is Parole Supervision for Life (PSL) / Community Supervision for Life (CSL)?
In 1994 New Jersey adopted “Megan’s Law” for handling issues involving sex offenders. In addition, people convicted of certain sex offenses in NJ may also be sentenced to Parole Supervision for Life (PSL) or Community Supervision for Life (CSL).
Depending on what year you committed your sex offense, you could be on either CSL or PSL. It is important to have a lawyer in your corner who knows the difference and who can make sure you were properly put on CSL or PSL.
Conviction of certain crimes will lead to CSL / PSL requirements upon your release. A mandatory CSL / PSL sentence is required for the following convictions:
- Aggravated sexual assault
- Sexual assault
- Aggravated criminal sexual contact
- Certain endangering the welfare of a child convictions
CSL / PSL Legal Services:
- Modifications of Special Conditions of PSL / CSL
- Removal from CSL / PSL
- Violations of CSL / PSL
Maynard Law Office, LLC has helped many supervisees terminate their supervision after 15 years —and sometimes earlier. We have also fought for the rights of people accused of violating their CSL / PSL conditions.
Plus, we also petition the NJ Parole Board to change or eliminate conditions that impact our clients, such as Internet access bans. In light of new State and U.S. Supreme Court decisions that struck down certain conditions as unconstitutional, we have fertile grounds to challenge the Parole Board. However, your conditions will not change unless you petition the NJ Parole Board, and we can help you with that.
OUR LAWYERS FIGHT FOR PEOPLE ON CSL / PSL
In every case, we offer knowledgeable representation. We understand what you are up against. We will provide an honest evaluation of your case and carefully explore all possible legal options. Together, our team will work hard to achieve your goals.
So, if you are in need of an aggressive lawyer to fight for you with the Parole Board or to terminate your CSL / PSL, please contact us online or call 973-540-0054. We offer a free consultation to discuss your situation.