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    admin

    By Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg . . . Seth (not his real name) describes himself as an outcast as a child. “I was the fat kid with glasses that got picke
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  • #49105 Reply

    R M

    “But a case now before the Superior Court of New Jersey could offer Seth a second chance. The central issue before the court is: If a nonsexual offense occurs within the first 15 years, can the clock restart or is the person forced to stay on the registry permanently?”

    What is the name of this case? It will directly affect me.

    From my research I found this site which is dated May 30, 2017,
    which states “The bottom line is that the issue has been finally decided. If a registered sex offender commits any offense whatsoever, whether a crime, disorderly persons offense, or petty disorderly persons offense, after being placed on the Sex Offense Registry, then they are not eligible to have their reporting requirements terminated for 15 years after the commission of that offense. The offense does not have to be of a sexual nature in order for it to count.”

    • #49155 Reply

      R M

      Anyone?

      • #49162 Reply
        Sandy Rozek
        Sandy Rozek
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        I am trying to find out.

        • #49174 Reply

          R M

          Thanks Sandy. I am still digging into it myself.

        • #49950 Reply

          R M

          Have you found anything about these two cases yet Sandy? I have contacted two lawyers in NJ, no response. I also found out that Tennessee has the same kind of supervision (CSL) (Through https://www.casemine.com/home .

        • #49962 Reply
          Sandy Rozek
          Sandy Rozek
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          Yes; it is one case with two plaintiffs, and the outcome is favorable. We posted this here a couple of days ago: https://narsol.org/2018/12/nj-superior-ct-opens-door-for-removal-from-registry-for-two-registrants/. In in there is a link to the decision and to a news item about the decision. From our home page, it is under the Legal/Courts heading.

        • #50053 Reply

          R M

          Thanks Sandy. I misread the “Seth” case wrong and thought it was what I am after, so even when that other case was posted (I saw it and commented), I still thought there was a case pending. I am looking for cases that redefine what an offense/crime is in NJ. So far, I have only seen cases that have failed for the appellate challenging the definition of offense/crime.

    • #49346 Reply

      WC_TN

      So, in other words, it’s screw you, that’s why. Any sort of brush with the law restarts the counter. Talk about a special standard!! These butt-holes get off on the unending punishment of sex offenders. I swear I’m to the point of thinking they sit up at night just trying to think of some new way to screw with sex offenders who have paid their debt.

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