Criminal Restraint (NJSA 2C:13-2) is a serious crime in New Jersey, carrying a maximum sentence of 3-5 years if convicted.
As a Third Degree Crime, you’ll also carry a felony record for the rest of your life, which will limit your opportunities in jobs, housing, public assistance benefits, and more.
Info On Other Charges Criminal Restraint Cases Can Lead To
And because Criminal Restraint is often charged in connection to other crimes, your case may become much bigger than that one charge, and include kidnapping, false imprisonment, and more.
When you’re facing serious criminal charges in New Jersey, you should answer them with serious legal help.
Attorney Matthew Reisig represents clients in every county in the state, and can improve your chances of a positive outcome in your criminal matter.
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Call 732-625-9661 today for a free consultation with an experienced New Jersey Criminal Restraint defense attorney.