New Jersey Penalties For Endangering An Injured Victim (N.J.S.A. 2C:12-1.2) Charges
Endangering an Injured Victim (N.J.S.A. 2C:12-1.2) in New Jersey is charged when a person is alleged to have injured another, or aided someone in injuring another, and then leaves the scene with the reasonable belief that the victim is helpless.
The charge is a crime of the third degree with a sentence of three to five years if convicted, but in most cases, Endangering an Injured Victim will be charged along with other counts on an indictment.
Your risk of jail time and other criminal penalties may be substantial.
An experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorney can make a big difference in any criminal case.
The harder the prosecution believes its job is, the more likely it is to negotiate a favorable deal, reduce the charges, or even drop the case entirely.
If your case goes to court, an experienced attorney can present the right evidence, the right way, and help sway the jury.
If you need help with Endangering An Injured Victim charges, call attorney Matthew Reisig today at 732-625-9661 and talk to an experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorney for free.