As defense attorneys and former prosecutors, Laura C. Sutnick and Warren S. Sutnick know how the other side thinks. They use that insight to help their clients get discharged from New Jersey’s sex offender registry and parole supervision.
At Sutnick & Sutnick Attorneys at Law, our attorneys possess more than 20 years of experience in sex crime cases and other criminal defense matters. Our clients have already gone through the stressful process involved in the criminal court system. We remain at their sides as they pursue a different type of freedom.
The Steps We Take To Discharge Our Clients From The Sex Offender Registry
According to New Jersey law, after 15 years sex offenders may ask a court to terminate their Megan’s Law obligations and terminate their parole.
Pursuing a termination is challenging and requires strong advocacy. Our lawyers are prepared to file a motion on your behalf to help you get your life back. Convicted offenders seeking to restart and rebuild their lives need an attorney who can help overcome the odds against them and the obstacles they face.
Even though they served their prison time and paid their fines, people in the sex offender registry are anything but free. They are restricted as to where they can live and work. Community notification increases their profile in neighborhoods, limiting where they can shop and socialize. The sex offender registry is truly a jail without bars and equally confining.