Maynard & Sumner, LLC

Megan's Law, Parole Supervision & Criminal Defense Attorney in Morristown, New Jersey

Maynard & Sumner, LLC

65 Madison Avenue
Suite 540

Morristown, New Jersey 07960

Phone(973) 540-0054 or(888) 668-4845

Website www.njlawattorney.com
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Law Firm Overview

Maynard Law Office, LLC in Morristown, New Jersey, focuses on post-conviction sex offenders matters, including, but not limited to Megan's Law, Community Supervision for Life (CSL), and Parole Supervision for Life (PSL), as well as criminal defense. With over 20 years of experience representing criminal defendants, our firm handles a full range of criminal cases from drug possession and weapons charges to sexual assaults and murder. We are especially experienced with Megan's Law and CSL/PSL matters, such as terminations, tier modifications, violations, etc.

Maynard Law Office, LLC is an experienced, knowledgeable law firm. We accept Megan's Law matters throughout the State of New Jersey, and criminal matters throughout northern New Jersey.

Year this Office was Established: 1994

Languages: English, Spanish

Areas of Law


Additional Areas of Law: Post-conviction Sex Offender Representation: Megan's Law, Community Supervision for Life (CSL), and Parole Supervision for Life (PSL) Terminations (i.e., removal from Megan's Law), Tier Modifications, Megan's Law Violations, Failure to Register, CSL Violations, PSL Violations and Parole Revocations Hearings, Modification of Special Conditions of Parole, Post-conviction Relief (PCR) Petitions


Areas of Law Description

-Megan's Law

If you have been convicted of a sex-related offense, mandatory sex offender registration may apply. This involves informing law enforcement as to your address, where you work and other changes in your life. On certain offenses, you will also be subjected to Parole Supervision for Life / PSL.

- Aggravated Assault

Under New Jersey law, aggravated assault can be charged under a variety of circumstances. If you are accused of attempting to cause serious bodily injury, you can be charged with aggravated assault. Aggravated assault can be charged whether or not you had a gun or other weapon.

- Criminal Sexual Contact

Under New Jersey law, criminal sexual conduct can be charged when a person sexually penetrates someone through physical force or other forceful means, but the victim does not sustain severe injury. Criminal sexual conduct can also involve situations involving sexual penetration with someone underage or with someone in a position of authority.

- Murder / Manslaughter

If you have been charged with a crime in connection with a fatality, nothing less than your future and your freedom hang in the balance. If you or someone you love has been charged with murder, manslaughter or vehicular homicide, you need to understand that the prosecution will devote significant resources to obtaining a conviction.

- Resisting Arrest

Under New Jersey law, resisting arrest can be charged as a disorderly personís offense. If law enforcement officers allege that you attempted to elude them, you face a fourth degree offense. Resisting arrest is a third degree crime if you threatened to use violent force against the officer.

- Vehicular Homicide

If you have been charged with a crime in connection with a fatality, nothing less than your future and your freedom hang in the balance. If you or someone you love has been charged with murder, manslaughter or vehicular homicide, you need to understand that the prosecution will devote significant resources to obtaining a conviction.

- Parole / Probation Violations

When someone is convicted of a crime, probation is a very often a part of the sentence. Individuals are often required to go on probation instead of going to jail or prison. If you are on probation, you will be supervised by a probation officer. As part of your probation, you will be required to comply with a number of rules.

- Weapon Charges

New Jersey has some of the strictest gun laws in the United States. For example, possessing a handgun without a permit is a second degree crime. These laws apply to New Jersey residents, as well as people traveling through the state. Therefore, even if you are traveling through New Jersey with a firearm, you still face potential weapons charges, even if you are licensed to carry a firearm in the state where you live.



Lawyers

James Maynard Mr. James H. Maynard
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Criminal Law, Sex Crimes, Sexual Abuse, Megan's Law, Parole Supervision

  

Affiliations

  • Morris County Bar Association
  • Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • New Jersey Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers

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