• Megan’s Law requires criminal defendants who have plead guilty or been found guilty of certain offenses involving acts of sexual conduct to be placed on a list of offenders.
  • Depending upon the nature and circumstances of a person’s given charge as well as their compliance with Megan’s Law, what they have to do exactly is different.
  • For instance, people all have to register with the local police department if placed on Megan’s Law but some are placed on the Internet; some only register with the police department; others have community notification, however, they all fall under the purview of Megan’s Law.
  • Consult an experienced attorney because sometimes, depending upon the circumstances of your particular case, there are ways to resolve the matter without the person suffering the stigma of being placed on Megan’s Law.