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Manufacturing any controlled dangerous substance is a serious crime in New Jersey. Find out more about the definitions and penalties for this crime.

Some crimes carry harsher penalties if they are committed within 1,000 feet of school property. Learn more about how being within a school zone at the time of a drug crime can alter its charges.

Computer fraud is any crime that involves the use of computers or the internet as a means to deceive a victim for one's personal, often monetary, gain.

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Consumer fraud can be committed in three different ways. All of these ways consist of deception as a means to make a transaction.

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Burglary is the act of committing or attempting to commit a crime inside any building or structure that one does not have permission to access. Although an offender may enter the structure that he or she commits burglary within through force, “breaking in” is not a requirement for an action to be classified as burglary in New Jersey. N.J.S.A. 2C:18-2 defines three separate scenarios that may be charged as burglary. [...]

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I. Introduction In recent weeks there has been a question about the meaning of the term “substantially identical” in New Jersey’s assault firearms law. The Legislature addressed this question in the provisions of the Code of Criminal Justice, and despite the clarity of the law, it is appropriate for the Attorney General to provide guidance to the prosecutors in order to ensure that the law is administered uniformly and effectively [...]

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The following examples of healthcare fraud investigations are written from public record documents on file in the court…

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Common scams Be suspicious of doctors, health care providers, or suppliers who: Ask for your Medicare number: In exchange for free equipment or services For “record keeping purposes” Tell you that tests become cheaper as more of them are provided Advertise “free” consultations to people with Medicare Call or visit you and say they represent Medicare or the federal government Use telephone or door-to-door selling techniques Use pressure or scare [...]

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Consent is the difference between sanctioned sexual conduct and criminal sexual conduct. If one party cannot, or makes clear that he or she does not, want to partake in sexual contact with another party, his or her wishes must be respected. If the acting party instead continues to engage in sexual contact with his or her victim, he or she may be charged with sexual assault. If the crime meets [...]

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Theft is the act of stealing another person's property. Property, as used here, can be anything that another person has a claim to own or provide – merchandise in a store he or she owns, personal property, services provided, and one's identity. In its most basic form, the severity of a theft and degree of its subsequent charge are determined by the monetary value of the property taken from the [...]

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NJSA 2C Criminal Code
2C:12-1 Simple Assault / Aggravated Assault
2C:12-2 Reckless Endangerment
2C:12-3 Terroristic Threats
2C:12-11 Disarming a Law Enforcement Officer
2C:20-3 Theft
2C:20-4 Theft by Deception
2C:20-5 Theft by Extortion
2C:20-7 Receiving Stolen Property
2C:20-8 Theft of Services
2C:20-9 Theft by Unlawful Taking of Means of Conveyance
2C:20-11 Shoplifting
2C:21-1 Forgery
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2C:21-5 Bad Checks
2C:21-6 Credit Card Theft
2C:24-4 Endangering the Welfare of Children
2C:28-8 Impersonating a Public Servant or Law Enforcement Officer
2C:29-1 Obstructing the Administration of Law
2C:29-2 Resisting Arrest / Eluding
2C:29-3 Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution
2C:29-5 Escape
2C:30-2 Official Misconduct
2C:33-2 Disorderly Conduct
2C:33-3 False Public Alarms
2C:33-4 Harassment
2C:33-12 Maintaining a Nuisance
2C:33-13 Smoking in Public
2C:33-14 Interference with Transportation
2C:33-15 Possession/Consumption of Alcohol Under Legal Age
2C:35-10 Possession of CDS
2C:36-2 Possession of Paraphernalia
2C:36-6 Possession of Hypodermic Needle or Syringe
2C:12-1 Simple Assault / Aggravated Assault
2C:12-2 Reckless Endangerment
2C:12-3 Terroristic Threats
2C:12-11 Disarming a Law Enforcement Officer
2C:20-3 Theft
2C:20-4 Theft by Deception
2C:20-5 Theft by Extortion
2C:20-7 Receiving Stolen Property
2C:20-8 Theft of Services
2C:20-9 Theft by Unlawful Taking of Means of Conveyance
2C:20-11 Shoplifting
2C:21-1 Forgery
2C:21-5 Bad Checks
2C:21-6 Credit Card Theft
2C:24-4 Endangering the Welfare of Children
2C:28-8 Impersonating a Police Officer
2C:29-1 Obstructing the Administration of Law
2C:29-2 Resisting Arrest / Eluding
2C:29-3 Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution
2C:29-5 Escape
2C:30-2 Official Misconduct
2C:33-2 Disorderly Conduct
2C:33-3 False Public Alarms
2C:33-4 Harassment
2C:33-12 Maintaining a Nuisance
2C:33-13 Smoking in Public
2C:33-14 Interference with Transportation
2C:33-15 Under Age Drinking
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2C:35-10 Possession of CDS
2C:36-2 Possession of Paraphernalia
2C:36-6 Possession of Hypodermic Needle

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