If you’ve been convicted of certain sexual offenses, you may be on parole supervision for life. If you’re on parole supervision for life, which is, again, depending on which charge you’re on for, a minimum of fifteen years, you are subject to certain requirements by parole, and those could be limiting access to the internet, it could be indicating who you’re allowed to live with, what areas you’re allowed to be in, and if you violate the conditions of your parole supervision for life, it can have very serious consequences for you. For each violation of a condition of parole supervision for life, you are facing between 12 and 18 months in state prison, and if you are indicted for a violation of one of the conditions of your parole supervision for life, you are looking at an additional 18 months in state prison on top of the 12 to 18 months you may be facing for the violation itself. So if you’ve been charged with violating a condition of your parole supervision for life, it’s important to contact an attorney who’s experienced with these types of cases.
Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a criminal trial attorney, Jason A. Volet focuses his practice exclusively on criminal and municipal defense in New Jersey and New York. He earned his B.A. in political science from Rutgers College in 1995 and his J.D. from the Hofstra University School of Law in 1998. Mr. Volet began his career in the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, where he gained extensive experience prosecuting both juvenile and adult offenders. Now, as a criminal defense attorney, he uses that experience to fight for the rights of individuals who have been charged with a crime.