3 edition of New Jersey Criminal Code found in the catalog.
New Jersey Criminal Code
New Jersey State Statute
February 1, 1998 by Looseleaf Law Publications .
Written in English
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When the application of the code depends upon the finding of a fact which is not an element of an offense, unless the code otherwise provides: 1 The burden of proving the fact is on the prosecution or defendant, depending on whose interest or contention will be furthered if the finding should be made; and 2 The fact must be proved to New Jersey Criminal Code book satisfaction of the court or jury, as the case may be. Death by auto or vessel. A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he threatens to commit any crime of violence with the purpose to terrorize another or to cause evacuation of a building, place of assembly, or facility of public transportation, or otherwise to cause serious public inconvenience, or in reckless disregard of the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience. Common examples of criminal confidential records include, but are not limited to those in juvenile cases, expunged cases, probation records and records in any cases ordered impounded by the Judge. This page is not to be used as legal advice, nor does it constitute any consultation, opinion, or representation by Simon Law Group.
Notwithstanding the provision of any other law to the contrary, the actor shall be strictly liable for a violation of this paragraph upon proof of a violation of subsection b. Duration of conspiracy. The defendant shall be strictly liable upon proof that the offense occurred, in fact, in the presence of a child under 16 years of age. The term of imprisonment shall include the imposition of a minimum term.
The defense afforded by this section is unavailable when causing or threatening bodily injury is an element of the offense charged and the New Jersey Criminal Code book is based on conduct causing or threatening such injury to a person other than the person perpetrating the entrapment. The use of deadly force in defense of personal property is not justified unless justified under another provision of this chapter. A person acts negligently with respect to a material element of an offense when he should be aware of a substantial and unjustifiable risk that the material element exists or will result from his conduct. The use of force is justifiable under this section only if the actor first requests the person against whom such force is used to desist from his interference with the property, unless the actor reasonably believes that: a Such request would be useless; b It would be dangerous to himself or another person to make the request; or c Substantial harm will be done to the physical condition of the property which is sought to be protected before the request can effectively be made. Deleted by amendment, P. The State must rebut this presumption by proof beyond a reasonable doubt.
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Nothing herein shall be deemed to preclude, if the evidence so warrants, an indictment and conviction for aggravated manslaughter under the provisions of subsection a. Culpability as determinant of grade of New Jersey Criminal Code book.
Any person who violates this section with respect to: 1 A controlled dangerous substance, or its analog, classified in Schedule I, II, III or IV other than those specifically covered in this section, is guilty of a crime of the third degree except that, notwithstanding the provisions of subsection b.
Aggravated assault under subsections b. In this section unless a different meaning plainly is required: 1 "Intoxication" means a disturbance of mental or physical capacities resulting from the introduction of substances into the body; 2 "Self-induced intoxication" means intoxication caused by substances which the actor knowingly introduces into his body, the tendency of which to cause intoxication he knows or ought to know, unless he introduces them pursuant to medical advice or under such circumstances as would afford a defense to a charge of crime; 3 "Pathological intoxication" means intoxication grossly excessive in degree, given the amount of the intoxicant, to which the actor does not know he is susceptible.
Ineffective consent. An offense is so included when: 1 It is established by proof of the same or less than all the facts required to establish the commission of the offense charged; or 2 It consists of an attempt or conspiracy to commit the offense charged or to commit an offense otherwise New Jersey Criminal Code book therein; or 3 It differs from the offense charged only in the respect that a less serious injury or risk of injury to the same person, property or public interest or a lesser kind of culpability suffices to establish its commission.
Intoxication a. Please check official New Jersey Criminal Code book. Subject to the provisions of subsection d. A person acts knowingly with respect to a result of his conduct if he is aware that it is practically certain that his conduct will cause such a result.
Criminal Code, and is intended New Jersey Criminal Code book educational and reference purposes only. No person may be convicted of conspiracy to commit a crime other than a crime of the first or second degree or distribution or possession with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance or controlled substance analog as defined in chapter 35 of this title, unless an overt act in pursuance of such conspiracy is proved to have been done by him or by a person with whom he conspired.
In addition, the Judiciary will seek indemnification, including costs and attorneys fees, for any claims brought in connection with the improper or illegal use of information obtained from its computerized systems. The provisions of this paragraph 4 of subsection a.
Insanity is an affirmative defense which must be proved by a preponderance of the evidence. At the hearing, which may occur at the time of sentencing, the prosecutor shall establish by a preponderance of the evidence that the defendant was operating the auto or vessel while under the influence of any intoxicating liquor, narcotic, hallucinogenic or habit-producing drug, or with a blood alcohol concentration at or above the level prescribed in R.
A person is guilty of an attempt to commit a crime if, acting with the kind of culpability otherwise New Jersey Criminal Code book for commission of the crime, he: 1 Purposely engages in conduct New Jersey Criminal Code book would constitute the crime if the attendant circumstances were as a reasonable person would believe them to be; 2 When causing a particular result is an element of the crime, does or omits to do anything with the purpose of causing such result without further conduct on his part; or 3 Purposely does or omits to do anything which, under the circumstances as a reasonable person would believe them to be, is an act or omission constituting a substantial step in a course of conduct planned to culminate in his commission of the crime.
Any person who publishes plans or instructions dealing with the manufacture or use of any burglar tools as defined above, with the intent that such publication be used for committing or facilitating any offense in chapter 20 of this Title or offenses involving forcible entry into premises is guilty of an offense.
Although no culpable mental state is expressly designated in a statute defining an offense, a culpable mental state may nevertheless be required for the commission of such offense, or with respect to some or all of the material elements thereof, if the proscribed conduct necessarily involves such culpable mental state.
Limitations on justifiable use of force in defense of personal property. The use of force is justifiable under this section only if the actor first requests the person against whom such force is used to desist from his interference with the property, unless the actor reasonably believes that: a Such request would be useless; b It would be dangerous to himself or another person to make the request; or c Substantial harm will be done to the physical condition of the property which is sought to be protected before the request can effectively be made.
Subject to the provisions of this section and of section 2C, the use of force upon or toward the person of another is justifiable when the actor is in possession or control of premises or is licensed or privileged to be thereon and he reasonably believes such force necessary to prevent or terminate what he reasonably believes to be the commission or attempted commission of a criminal trespass by such other person in or upon such premises.
A person is an accomplice of another person in the commission of an offense if: 1 With the purpose of promoting or facilitating the commission of the offense; he a Solicits such other person to commit it; b Aids or agrees or attempts to aid such other person in planning or committing it; or c Having a legal duty to prevent the commission of the offense, fails to make proper effort so to do; or 2 His conduct is expressly declared by law to establish his complicity.
A person who commits a simple assault as defined in paragraph 12 or 3 of subsection a. A person acts knowingly with respect to the nature of his conduct or the attendant circumstances if he is aware that his conduct is of that nature, or that such circumstances exist, or he is aware of a high probability of their existence.
Additionally, information in this database is current as of today and information viewed today may, thereafter, be corrected, updated or expunged. Aggravated assault under subsection b.New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice and Motor Vehicle Laws contains the New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice unannotated, title 2c, together with related criminal laws and court rules.
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