New Jersey law encompasses harsh penalties for convicted sex offenders. If you are found guilty of a sex crime, your consequences include sex offender registration and incarceration. Depending on the nature of the offense, members of the public may be able to view your criminal history. For example, your employers could potentially see information regarding the criminal incident. Furthermore, some sex offenders are subject to parole supervision for life. For this reason, if you are accused of a sex offense, you should avoid this type of criminal record.
Child sex crimes are among the most disreputable charges. These crimes tend to be inflammatory in the news. Due to the strong public attention, convicted offenders commonly experience a social stigma in the communities in which they live.
Recently, a New Jersey truck driver was arrested for allegedly engaging in inappropriate sexual conduct with a minor. The man was charged with aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child. According to a source, the suspect claims that the supposed victim is a juvenile acquaintance. If this man is found guilty of this crime, he stands to lose a lot. For one, members of his local community will probably exclude him.
If you are suspected of a sex crime, you could potentially lose some of your basic human rights. A conviction will probably create indefinite consequences for you and your family. Therefore, you may want to seek assistance in the challenge of such accusations. An attorney can inform you of your legal options.
Source: NorthJersey.com, "Hackensack truck driver arrested for sexual assault of girl," Erik Shilling, Jan. 10, 2012