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General Provision (Chapters 1-7)

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You are the training officer for your agency and are reviewing Title 2c with junior officers that are assigned to in service training. Which of the following is the proper name for the NJ criminal laws? 2c:1-1a the New Jersey Code of Criminal Law
In NJ , the term offense has a specific meaning under the NJ code of Criminal Justice, Title 2c. Which of the below is not included in the Title 2c definition of the term offense? A Class 2 high misdemeanor 2c:14k. "Offense" means a crime, a disorderly persons offense or a petty disorderly persons offense unless a particular section in he code is intended to apply to less than all three. ( A Class 2 high misdemeanor is NOT in
An offense defined by this code or by any other statue of this State , for which a sentence of imprisonment in excess of 6 months is authorized, constitutes A CRIME As stated in 2c:1-4a
An offense is a disorderly persons offense if it is so designated in this code or in a statue other than this code. Disorderly persons offense and petty disorderly persons offense are petty offenses and are not ------------- within the meaning of teh Cons
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