Criminal Attorney Helping Those Facing Interference With Transportation (N.J.S.A. 2C:33-14) Charges
If you take actions like throwing rocks at moving vehicles, firing a gun (even a BB gun) at a moving vehicle, climbing onto a vehicle like a car or train, even if stationary, knowingly putting obstructions onto a roadway, or shining a laser pointer device at the windshield of a car, train, airplane, or other vehicle, you can be charged with Interference with Transportation (N.J.S.A. 2C:33-14) in New Jersey.
While the base charge is a disorderly persons offense, with a maximum sentence of six months in jail, if someone is hurt or suffers damages in the amount of $500 to $2000, you will be charged with a crime of the fourth degree and face up to 18 months in prison.
If a person is hurt or sustains damages greater than $2000, you will be charged with a third degree crime and face a sentence of three to five years.
If a person suffers serious bodily injury as a result of Interference with Transportation, you’ll face a second degree charge, with a maximum sentence of 10 years.
Attorney Matthew Reisig defends people in New Jersey against even the most serious charges.
If you’re dealing with interference with transportation charges, Call 732-625-9661 today and speak to an experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorney for free.