New Jersey Megan’s Law Lawyers

Sex Offenses, Megan’s Law, Registration, Community Notification, and Supervision for Life

Nothing is more life-altering than a sex offense conviction. The charges must be vigorously contested, or a conviction may result in consequences that will last one’s lifetime. A conviction of a sex offense resulting in the application of Megan’s Law means that one will have to register for life and will be evaluated to determine one’s risk the community. The establishment of a “tier” notification level may result in the notification of schools, childcare centers, and even one’s neighbors of the conviction and classification. 

A conviction may result in notifications and parole supervision for life. The imposition of Megan’s Law will have severe consequences that may restrict one’s ability to secure employment, may restrict where one can live, may interfere with one’s family, interfere with their ability to make friends, and may even interfere with raising one’s own children, even if their children were born years after a sentence has been served. 

Lyons & Associates, P.C. will provide the most vigorous defense at the earliest possible stages of investigation, and will fight so that a conviction does not occur. If a conviction is inevitable, we will do everything possible to mitigate jail, Tier Level designation, and conditions of supervision.

If you or someone you know has a conviction for a sexual offense and is subject to registration, community notification, and/or community or parole supervision and over 15 years has passed since the conviction or release from prison, they may be eligible to seek relief from registration, community notification, and supervision for life by filing motion in the New Jersey Superior Court to have the Megan’s Law conditions vacated. Call Lyons & Associates, P.C. to see if you, a friend, or family member may be eligible to file for relief from the conditions imposed by Megan’s Law.

Our New Jersey Megan’s Law lawyers at Lyons & Associates, P.C. will vigorously defend those rights and ensure that you get a fair trial and the outcome that you deserve. To learn more or to schedule a free consultation, call us at 908-575-9777 or contact us online.