A health care professional or their agent who tampers with a prescription drug prescribed for a patient in New Jersey will face a second degree charge under N.J.S.A. 2C:40-17(b), Tampering (Prescription Drugs) that could lead to a prison sentence as long as 10 years.
Even worse, the law requires that any sentence for Tampering (Prescription Drugs) include a term
If you’re convicted of Tampering with food, drugs, or cosmetics in New Jersey, you’ll be in violation of the statute N.J.S.A. 2C:40-17(a), which makes it a crime of the third degree for a person to knowingly tamper with one of the above mentioned items.
As a crime of the third degree, Tampering carries a prison sentence of three
If you falsify information on an application to get around New Jersey’s limit on handgun purchases, you’re facing a serious felony charge with enhanced penalties.
Under N.J.S.A. 2C:39-10(g), Providing False Information for Handgun Purchase Exemption, it is a crime of the third degree in New Jersey to give or cause to be given any false information, or to knowingly
Lying on an application so you can purchase more than one handgun in a 30-day period in New Jersey is a serious crime. There are very good reasons why the state isn’t keen on letting people suddenly stockpile handguns, and under 2C:39-10(g), Providing False Information for Handgun Purchase Exemption, it is a felony to make misrepresentations that allow you to
In New Jersey, it is a crime of the third degree to knowingly sell, give, transfer, assign, or otherwise dispose of a handgun to a person who is under 21, unless they are authorized to possess it for official duties like law enforcement or military service.
This is all spelled out in the statute N.J.S.A. 2C:39-10(f), Providing False Information
NJ Criminal Defense Attorney For Stealing From Vending Machines
“Slugs,” or items that simulate coins and were once commonly used to steal from vending machines and similar coin-operated devices, may seem like an outdated mode of fraud to criminalize, but in the modern era, New Jersey’s statute on the making and using of Slugs, N.J.S.A. 2C:21-18, has some features that