5 Things To Do To Get Off The Megan’s Law List
Convicted sex offenders in New Jersey are required to register on the Megan’s law sex offender list. This requirement exists for many criminal charges that are sexual in nature. Once you are on the sex offender registry, your life will change forever as you will have to endure discrimination and stigma from neighbors, employers and members of your community.
If you are listed on the New Jersey sex offender registry, contact me, Anthony N. Palumbo, for a free consultation to explore your options. I have over 35 years of experience defending those accused of sex crimes, and will aggressively fight for your right to be removed from the Megan’s law list.
Steps To Get Removed From List
The best way to get off the list is to fight the original charges and never get registered in the first place. But once you are charged and placed on the registry, there are still ways for you to have yourself removed.
Here at The Law Offices of Anthony N. Palumbo, my clients typically go through the following steps to obtain removal from the registry:
- Obtain file about the charges that led to your inclusion on the Megan’s Law list
- Interview with your attorney
- Prepare for court pleadings
- Arrange for a psychosexual evaluation
- Appear in court
I work closely with my clients at every stage of the legal process to ensure their case is airtight and that their rights are heard. During your first consultation, you can walk me through all the details of your case and we can determine the best path forward for you.
Learn About Your Options During A Free Consultation
The longer you wait, the longer you must suffer the consequences of being placed on the Megan’s law registry. I know what it takes to get results. Reach out online to set up an appointment or call 908-643-6801 to get started.