New jersey registered sex offender laws

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Our firm has persisted for more than 40 years by providing clients powerful and attentive legal representation for a wide range of issues. Offenders currently are classified into three tiers: low, moderate and high risk. Online information is handled similarly. Information about high risk offenders and some moderate risk offenders is available online, while information about low risk offenders is not. The bill would require information about all offenders, including the addresses of their homes, places of employment or schools, to be published online. The bill would also establish a new classification system.
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How Sex Offender Risk Levels Are Determined in New Jersey

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How Sex Offender Risk Levels Are Determined in New Jersey

Read about Megan's Law. Important Information for Sex Offenders. New Jersey law authorizes the Division of State Police to make available to the public over the Internet information about certain sex offenders required to register under Megan's Law. This information is being made available on the Internet to facilitate public access to information about persons who have committed a sex offense, to enable you to take appropriate precautions to protect yourself and those in your care from possible harm.
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After state Supreme Court ruling, few sex offenders likely get reprieve from Megan's Law

A New Jersey Supreme Court ruling exempting certain sex offenders from Megan's Law registration requirements isn't likely to apply to more than a few dozen people, state officials said Wednesday, as the public defender's office began contacting people who now may be eligible to be taken off the list. The state's highest court ruled unanimously Tuesday that people convicted of low-level sex offenses before their 18th birthdays shouldn't be automatically required to register as sex offenders for life. The father of Megan Kanka, the Hamilton Township 7-year-old whose murder at the hands of a convicted sex offender inspired Megan's Law, downplayed the effect of the ruling even as he disagreed with its premise. Richard Kanka noted that people seeking removal from the sex-offender registry still need to convince a court.
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That includes classifying offenders based on the potential danger they pose to the public. When offenders registered in other states move to New Jersey, they undergo a fresh classification process based on Garden State guidelines. All 50 states have since followed New Jersey's lead and maintain similar registration systems for paroled sex offenders.
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