Parole Supervision Focused Law Firm
Under Megan’s Law, people who have been convicted of sex offenses continue to pay for their crimes well after their release from prison. Sex offenders face a number of burdens, including Megan’s Law reporting requirements. Depending on the nature of the offense, sex offenders may also face Parole Supervision for Life / PSL or Community Supervision for Life / CSL provisions. It can be very difficult to comply with all of the requirements. Despite your best intentions, you may stand accused of failing to comply with all of these requirements. Any of the following may lead to additional criminal charges:
- Failure to register within 48 hours of release from jail or prison, if applicable
- Moving to New Jersey from another state and failing to notify New Jersey authorities within 10 days of your arrival
- Failure to report in to authorities every 90 days (a requirement if you have been identified as a repetitive or compulsive offender)
- Providing false information to authorities
Whatever specific allegations you face, if you have been accused of violating your CSL / PSL or Megan’s Law requirements, you need an experienced lawyer. Maynard Law Office, LLC, is a valuable source of legal counsel. Few, if any law firms in New Jersey can match our law firm’s experience in the defense of Megan’s Law cases. We have successfully argued cases before the New Jersey Supreme Court that overturned a part of New Jersey’s Megan’s Law. Our New Jersey Megan’s Law defense attorneys are prepared to educate you and inform you of your rights. Most importantly, we are prepared to fight on your behalf before court authorities and pursue the best available outcome.
Out-of-State and International Parole Transfers
Sex offenses in New Jersey and throughout the United States have some of the most pervasive consequences on a convicted sex offender’s life. Unlike many other criminal charges, sex offenders may be monitored for the rest of their lives, even years after they have served a sentence in the criminal justice system.
Community Supervision for Life (CSL), also known as Parole Supervision for Life (PSL), is an example of these long-term repercussions. On top of mandatory registration as a sex offender, an individual on CSL or PSL will be monitored by a parole officer and face restrictions associated with CSL/PSL for a minimum of 15 years.
These restrictions can involve unexpected or unplanned home visits from parole officers, mandatory use of an electronic monitoring device, mandatory installation of computer software that monitors computer use and restricted use of the Internet. A convicted sex offender on CSL/PSL may also have to obtain permission to travel across state lines or to move to another state.
Help With Relocation After Sex Offender Registration And CSL/PSL
In the event that you want to relocate to another state (either moving to New Jersey or moving away from New Jersey), you need to work with an experienced attorney who can help you transfer your parole requirements to another jurisdiction.
At Maynard Law Office, LLC, we work with people who simply want to move to a different state or country, either to be closer to family or to seek new employment opportunities. We are intimately familiar with how intrusive these requirements can be, and what opportunities are available to work around them.
We negotiate with parole, prepare applications and, on occasion, coordinate with lawyers from other jurisdictions in order to simplify and streamline the application approval process for CSL/PSL out-of-state transfers.
Contact Our Experienced Parole Supervision Lawyers, Located Conveniently in Morris County
Please contact us online or call 973-540-0054 today to discuss your alleged violation of Megan’s Law, PSL or CSL regulations. We offer a free consultation.