The maximum penalty for aggravated sexual assault in New Jersey is 20 years, and you’ll almost certainly have to serve 85% of your sentence before you’ll be eligible for parole, thanks to New Jersey’s No Early Release Act.
And once you are finally out of prison, you’ll never again have a normal life.
Instead you’ll be registered as a sex offender, limited in where you are allowed to live, struggling to find work as a convicted felon.
This does not have to be your future, regardless of the charges you face.
While a conviction can destroy your future, a strong, smart defense attorney can keep your life on track.
When you are confronted with the most serious charges, you need the most serious legal help available.
Call attorney Matthew Reisig at 732-625-9661 today and talk to an experienced criminal defense attorney for free.