New Jersey Penalties For Carjacking (N.J.S.A. 2C:15-2) Charges
A charge for Carjacking (N.J.S.A. 2C:15-2) is extremely serious in New Jersey, and conviction guarantees that you’ll spend years in prison.
As a crime of the first degree, you’ll face a sentence of between 10-30 years, with a minimum of five years during which you’ll be ineligible for parole.
As a first degree offense, a Carjacking conviction carries a presumption of incarceration, meaning that even a first offender will serve time.
Fighting the allegation is extremely important for your future, and relying on experienced legal guidance is critical if you hope to avoid jail time.
No defense is certain, but no prosecution is a given either.
When you work with an experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorney, you stand the best chance of raising a strong defense that can persuade a jury or even push prosecutors to negotiate more favorable terms.
Matthew Reisig has been protecting clients from the worst outcomes in their cases for nearly two decades.
For help with Carjacking charges, call 732-625-9661 today for a free consultation.