If an individual does not provide the necessary information to the police department such as his or her name, fingerprints, social security number, age, race, sex, date of birth, height, weight, hair color and eye color, address, date and place of employment, then they can be charged with the crime of Failing to Report, which is a fourth degree crime, subject to a maximum term of 18 months in New Jersey State Prison.
If a registrant moves out of New Jersey or to New Jersey from another jurisdiction, the re-registration is required.
Attorneys at Clark & Clark are aware of all the issues facing individuals charged with sexual offenses and the implications of Megan’s Law from both the defense and prosecutor’s perspective.
The attorneys at Clark & Clark have substantial experience handling and trying these matters in sex crimes units as prosecutors and as defense attorneys.
Woodcrest at Clark is situated adjacent to Union County Parkland offering breathtaking views.
The apartment community consists of four buildings with one and two bedroom floor plans ranging from 900 to 1630 square feet with innovative design that will turn your residence into a home!
The form requests personal information such as home and place of employment.
The following is a list of the offenses which require registration: Individuals who have been convicted of these offenses are required to register under Megan’s Law which went into effect on October 31, 1994.
Woodcrest at Clark offers a Community Room with a cozy fireplace, Fitness Center, Card Room and TV lounge.
Residents are within close proximity to a variety of public transportation, shopping and entertainment options.
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