Sex Offender Registry Problems

People convicted of sex crimes usually must register as sex offenders. This is not a one-time requirement, but is activated every time they move or change jobs. In addition, individuals must verify their information every 90 days or every year, depending on the severity of the offense for which they were convicted.

Violating sex offender registration requirements is a crime. If you were charged with failing to register as a sex offender, The Law Offices of David T. Schlendorf in Toms River, New Jersey, can help. Attorney Schlendorf handles such cases in New Jersey, New York and throughout the United States.

Who Must Register?

In New Jersey, you must register as a sex offender if you were convicted of:

  • Aggravated sexual assault
  • Aggravated criminal sexual contact
  • Endangering the welfare of a child by engaging in sexual conduct that would impair or debauch the morals of the child
  • Luring or enticing
  • Kidnapping
  • Criminal restraint and false imprisonment
  • Promoting prostitution of a child under 18

Defending Clients Charged With Violating Sex Crime Registration Requirements

Being charged and convicted is bad enough. Being accused of violating registration requirements can result in additional jail or prison time, revocation of probation, fines and longer registration requirements. David Schlendorf, a lawyer since 1997, is a former prosecutor who has handled countless sex crime cases, including numerous cases involving sex offender registration. He knows how to seek reduced penalties or prove mitigating circumstances. He is adept at reviewing cases presented by the prosecution in search of illegally obtained or tainted evidence.

In addition to defending clients charged with sex offender registration violations, attorney Schlendorf also helps eligible clients petition to remove registration requirements. In general, clients convicted of certain types of sex crimes are eligible after 15 years if they do not commit another offense.

New Jersey attorney David T. Schlendorf has handled more than 2,500 sex crime cases in his legal career as a prosecutor and as a criminal defense attorney. He works to protect the rights of clients charged with violating sex offender registration requirements. In addition he handles federal sex offender registry matters.

Call or e-mail him to learn how he represents people in sex crime registry issues. The firm serves clients throughout the state, including those in places such as Toms River, Brick, Long Branch, Old Bridge, Monmouth County and Burlington.