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Suspected drug dealer faces up to 20 years in prison

People who live in New Jersey know that their state is tough on drug crime. In 2014, police were instructed to seek out suspected drug dealers after any person is found to have died due to drug use. This edict came from the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice. The goal of finding the dealers is to hold them criminally accountable for the deaths of those who used the drugs.

Who must register as a sex offender in New Jersey

If you have been accused of a sex crime, you will have many questions about what potential penalties you can face in New Jersey. If you are ultimately convicted of a sex crime charge, participation in the state sex offender registry can be required. According to the State of New Jersey’s Office of the Attorney General, such registration is mandated for life. However, you can petition for removal from the program in some circumstances.

Understanding probation violations in New Jersey

If you have been arrested and charged with a crime in New Jersey, probation could be among the penalties assessed if you are ultimately convicted. The length of a probation sentence can vary from case to case but there are some general guidelines that apply to most every situation. Understanding these is important in order to help prevent you from violating the terms of your probation.

What are New Jersey’s shoplifting charges?

In New Jersey, if you are arrested on a suspicion of shoplifting, you should be aware of how the state handles these charges and what potential consequences you may face if you are ultimately convicted. The Department of Law and Public Safety within the State of New Jersey’s Division of Criminal Justice explains that New Jersey has adopted a tiered approach to shoplifting offenses.

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