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Megan’s Law And Megan’s Law Removal Lawyers In Monmouth County, NJ

Strong Advocates For People Accused Or Convicted Of Sex Crimes in New Jersey

Under the terms of Megan’s Law, if you have been convicted of certain sex crimes in New Jersey (including sexual assault, aggravated sexual contact or enticing a minor), you will have to register as a sex offender. Being listed on the sex offender has immediate and long-lasting negative effects on your life. You must inform the police of your address, place of employment or school, and provide notification of any subsequent changes in your residence, place of employment or school.

The message is clear — if you have been accused of a sex crime, you need strong and effective representation from an experienced defense lawyer.

Defending Your Rights And Freedom

Rudnick, Addonizio, Pappa & Casazza PC, is a law firm with extensive experience defending people accused of sex offenses. We also help convicted sex offenders get their names removed from the sex offender registry.

In your case, we will provide you with vigorous and proactive representation. We will fight for your rights and freedom every step of the way.

Getting Your Name Removed From The Sex Offender Registry

Offenders who have been released from prison may, under some circumstances, get their names removed from the sex offender registry:

  • If you were an adult when the offense occurred — You are eligible for removal 15 years after your conviction or your release from prison, whichever is later.
  • If you were under the age of 14 when the offense occurred — You can get your name removed at the age of 18.

If you are eligible, our firm can file a motion for removal from Megan’s Law registration requirements. The motion will be granted only if a medical doctor certifies that you do not pose a danger to the community. Our Hazlet, East Brunswick, & Bayshore sex crime defense attorneys are skilled at preparing and presenting such cases, and we will work diligently to obtain approval of your motion.

Contact An Experienced Megans Law Attorney Today in Monmouth County

For a free and confidential consultation with an experienced Megan’s Law attorney, contact Rudnick, Addonizio, Pappa & Casazza PC.

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