What is New Jersey’s No Early Release Act?

When an individual in New Jersey is charged with a crime, they can face very serious consequences. If the crime is considered a violent crime, a conviction will result in significant penalties. In 1997, New Jersey adopted the No Early Release Act wherein those convicted of certain first and second-degree offenses must serve 85% of their sentence before being eligible for parole.

In addition to the requirement of serving 85% of a sentence before being eligible for parole, those convicted pursuant to the No Early Release Act must serve up to 5 years of parole supervision after being paroled.

If you have been charged with a violent crime in New Jersey, it is essential to retain the services of an experienced attorney who can fight for your future. Contact the Rem Law Group, P.C. today to discuss your legal matter.