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February

Blog Posts in February, 2022

  • New Jersey Internet Sex Crimes

    Is Watching Pornography a Crime? You can legally watch porn—if you do so in private. Because of a ruling made by the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division in 2019, it is a fourth-degree criminal offense to watch adult pornography in your parked car if it is in plain view of others (State vs. Lomanto, Docket No. A-5273-16T4). This act is considered an instance of public obscenity (N.J.S.A. ...
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  • Prescription Drug Possession & Distribution

    According to N.J.S.A. § 2C:35-10.5 , it is illegal for a person to knowingly possess or distribute prescription drugs without a legitimate prescription from a licensed practitioner. You can be accused of violating this law in connection with prescription medications including but not limited to: OxyContin or oxycodone Adderall Vicodin Percocet Xanax Valium Ritalin Roxycontin Diazepam Important ...
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