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The webpages in this section consist of the most frequent statutes encountered in our practice, including:

 

MOTOR VEHICLE:

 

27:23-29: Compliance with regulations

 

39:3-20: Operating Constructor Vehicle in Excess of 45 mph (marked as hidden)*

 

39:4-14.3: Motorized bicycles

 

39:4-14.3d: Operating only on bicycles

 

39:4-36: Failure to yield to pedestrian in crosswalk (marked as hidden)*

 

39:4-41: Driving through safety zones prohibited

 

39:4-52: Racing on prohibited highway; fine

 

39:4-55: Action on steep grades and curves

 

39:4-57: Observance on directions of officers

 

39:4-66: Emerging from alley, driveway or garage

 

39:4-66.1: Entering alley, driveway, garage, or private road

 

39:4-66.2: Operation of motor vehicles

 

39:4-71: Driving on sidewalk

 

39:4-80: traffic control by officers

 

39:4-81: Observing traffic signals

 

39:4-82: Keeping on right

 

39:4-82.1: Two roadway highways; driving upon

 

39:4-85.1: One-way traffic, designation of highways for; signs

 

39:4-83: Keeping to right at intersections

 

39:4-84: Passing to right when proceeding in opposite directions

 

39:4-85: Passing to left when overtaking

 

39:4-86: Overtaking and passing vehicles

 

39:4-87: Overtaken vehicle to give away

 

39:4-88: Traffic on marked lines

 

39:4-89: Following; space between trucks

 

39:4-90: Right of way at intersection

 

39:4-90.1: Limited access highways, driving onto or from

 

39:4-91: Right of way of emergency vehicles; liability of drivers

 

39:4-92: Authorized emergency vehicles

 

39:4-96: Reckless driving; punishment

 

39:4-97: Careless driving

 

39:4-97a: Motor vehicle operation causing property destruction

 

39:4-97.1: Slow speeds as blocking traffic

 

39:4-97.2: Driving or operating a motor vehicle in an unsafe manner

 

39:4-98: Rates of speed

 

39:4-105: Color system

 

39:4-115: Making right or left turn

 

39:4-119: Traffic control signals operating as flashing mechanisms

 

39:4-122: Signal by police whistle

 

39:4-123: Right and left hand turns

 

39:4-124: Method of turning at intersection

 

39:4-125: Turning on curve with no “U turn” sign

 

39:4-126: Signaling before starting, turning or stopping

 

39:4-127: Backing or turning on street

 

39:4-127.1: Railroad crossings; stopping

 

39:4-127.2: Movable span bridges

 

39:4-128: Vehicles required to stop at grade crossings; method of crossing

 

39:4-128.1: Buses used for transportation

 

39:4-128.4: approaching or overtaking stopped frozen desert truck

 

39:4-129: Action in case of accident

 

39:4-144: Stopping or yielding right of way

 

39:5C-1: Racing or making of speed records; penalty

 

39:5D-4: Effect of conviction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRIMINAL DEFENSE

 

2c: 11-3: Murder

 

2c:11-4: Manslaughter

 

2c:11-6: Aiding suicide

 

2c:11-5.1: Leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident

 

2c:12-1: Assault

 

2c:12-1.1: Leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident*

 

2c:12-1.2: Endangering an injured victim

 

2c:12-1.3: Failure to report the disappearance of a child

 

2c: 12-2: Recklessly endangering another person

 

2c:12-3: Terroristic threats

 

2c:12-10: Stalking

 

2c:13-1: Kidnapping

 

2c:13-2: Criminal restraint

 

2c:13-3: False imprisonment

 

2c:13-4: Interference with custody

 

2c:13-5: Criminal coercion

 

2c:13-7: Luring and enticing adult to commit criminal offence

 

2c:13-8: Human trafficking

 

2c:14-2: Sexual assault

 

2c:14-3: Criminal sexual contact

 

2c:14-4: Lewdness

 

2c:15-1: Robbery

 

2c:15-2: Carjacking

 

2c:16-1: Bias intimidation

 

2c:17-1: Arson and related offenses

 

2c:17-2: Causing or risking widespread injury or damage

 

2c:17-3: Criminal mischief

 

2c:17-3.1: Defacement or injuring to official traffic signs

 

2c:18-2: Burglary

 

2c:18-3: Criminal trespass

 

2c:18-5: Damaging or injuring tangible property

 

2c:20-3: Theft by unlawful taking or disposition

 

2c:20-4: Theft by deception

 

2c:20-5: Theft by extortion

 

2c:20-6: Theft of property lost, mislaid, or delivered by mistake

 

2c:20-7: Receiving stolen property

 

2c:20-7.2: Theft of scrap metal

 

2c:20-8: Theft of services

 

2c:20-9: Theft by failure to make required disposition

 

2c:20-11: Shoplifting

 

2c:20-25: Computer-related theft

 

2c:21-1: Forgery and related offenses

 

2c:21-2: Criminal simulation

 

2c:21-2.1: Documents that verify age or identity

 

2c:21-2.2: Law enforcement agency badges

 

2c:21-2.3: Motor vehicle insurance identification card

 

2c:21-2.4: Possession of forged or altered receipts

 

2c:21-4: Falsifying or tampering with records

 

2c:21-4.1: Purposeful destruction of record on order to deceive

 

2c:21-5: Bad checks

 

2c:21-6: Credit cards

 

2c:24-1: Bigamy

 

2c:24-4: Endangering welfare of children

 

2c:24-5: Willful support

 

2c:24-6: Unlawful adoptions

 

2c:24-7: Endangering the welfare of an incompetent person

 

2c:24-8: Endangering the welfare of elderly or disabled

 

2c:24-9: Employing a juvenile in commission of a crime

 

2c:25-30: Violation of order; contempt proceedings

 

2c:25-31: Contempt of order; arrest and custody of defendant

 

2c:28-1: Perjury

 

2c:28-2: False swearing

 

2c:28-3: Unsworn falsification to authorities

 

2c:28-4: False reports to law enforcement authorities

 

2c:28-5: Tampering with witnesses and informants

 

2c:28-5.5: protective orders interfering with case preparation

 

2c:28-6: Tampering with or fabricating physical evidence

 

2c:28-7: Tampering with public records or information

 

2c:28-8: Impersonating a public servant or law enforcement officer

 

2c:29-1: Obstructing administration of law

 

2c:29-2: Resisting arrest, eluding officer

 

2c:29-3: Hindering apprehension or prosecution

 

2c:29-3.1: Purposeful infliction of harm on animal

 

2c:29-4: Compounding

 

2c:29-5: Escape

 

2c:29-7: Bail jumping, default in required appearance

 

2c:29-8: Corrupting or influencing a jury

 

2c:29-8.1: Acceptance of contract during criminal proceeding

 

2c:29-9: Contempt

 

2c:29-11: Refusal to submit required blood for DNA testing

 

2c:33-1: Riot; failure to disperse

 

2c:33-2: Disorderly conduct

 

2c:33-2.1: Loitering for purpose of selling controlled substance

 

2c:33-3: False public alarms

 

2c:33-4: Harassment

 

2c:33-7: Obstructing highways and other public passages

 

2c:33-8: Disrupting meetings and processions

 

2c:33-8.1: Demonstrations at funerals; definitions

 

2c:33-9: Desecration of venerated objects

 

2c:33-10: Causing fear of unlawful bodily violence

 

2c:33-11: Defacement of private property

 

2c:33-11.1: Disorderly persons offense; forcible entry and detainer

 

2c:33-12: Maintaining a nuisance

 

2c:33-12.1: Abating nuisance

 

2c:33-12.2: Sexually oriented businesses

 

2c:33-13: Smoking in public

 

2c:33-13.1: Sales of cigarette to persons under 19 years of age

 

2c:33-14: Interference with transportation

 

2c:33-14.1: Vandalizing railroad warning signals

 

2c:33-15: Consumption of alcoholic beverages in public place

 

2c:33-16: Alcoholic beverages

 

2c:33-17: Service of alcoholic beverage to underage person

 

2c:33-19: Brining remotely activated paging device by student on property used of       school purposed; disorderly persons offense

 

2c:33-20: Use of remotely activated paging device

 

2c: 33-21: Use of information intercepted from police

 

2c:33-22: Capable of receiving transmission from police

 

2c:33-23: Radar devices used to monitor vehicle speed

 

2c:34-1: Prostitution and related offenses

 

2c:34-1.1: Loitering for the purpose of engaging in prostitution

 

2c:34-1.2: Prostitution offender program

 

2c:34-2: Obscenity for persons 18 years of age or older

 

2c:34-3: Obscenity for persons under 18

 

2c:34-3.1: Retailer defined

 

2c:34-3.2: Display by retailer of obscene material

 

2c:35-3: Leader of narcotics trafficking network

 

2c:35-4: Operating a controlled dangerous substance facility

 

2c:35-5: Manufacturing, distributing or dispensing

 

2c:35-5.2: Manufacture or possession of gamma hydroxybutyrate

 

2c:35-5.3: Manufacture or possession of flunitrazepam

 

2c:35-6: Employing a juvenile in a drug distribution scheme

 

2c:35-7: Possessing controlled dangerous substance

 

2c:35-7.1: Distributing or possession of controlled substances

 

2c:35-10: Possession, use or being under the influence

 

2c:35-10.2: Obtaining gamma hydroxybutyrate without a prescription

 

2c:35-10.3: Obtaining flunitrazepam without a prescription

 

2c:35-10.3a: Obtaining a mephedrone

 

2c:35-10.5: Distribution of prescription legend drugs

 

2c:35-11: Imitation controlled dangerous substance

 

2c:35-25: restrictions on retail sales of ephedrine products

 

2c:35-27: Possession of certain amounts of ephedrine products

 

2c:36-2: Use or possession with intent to use; disorderly persons offense

 

2c:36-3: Possession with intent to distribute or manufacture

 

2c:36-4: Advertising to promote sales

 

2c:36-5: Delivering drug to person under 18 years of age

 

2c:36-6: Possession of hypodermic syringe or needle

 

2c:36-6.2: Sale of hypodermic syringe by licensed pharmacies

 

2c:36-10: Defraud the administration of a drug

 

2c:37-2: promoting gambling

 

2c:37-3: Possession of gambling records

 

2c:37-7: Possession of gambling device

 

2c:39-4: Possession of weapons for unlawful purposes

 

2c:39-4.1: Possession of weapons during commission of crimes

 

2c:39-5: Unlawful possession of weapons

 

2c:39-9: Defacement of weapons and dangerous instruments

 

2c:39-9.1: Sale of knife with blade length over 5 inches

 

2c:39-15: Offer to sell machine gun without license

 

2c:40-1: Creating a hazard

 

2c:40-2: Refusing to yield a party line

 

2c:40-3: Hazing; aggravated hazing

 

2c:40-17: Tampering with cosmetic, drug, or food product

 

2c:40-21: Tattooing and body piercing of minors

 

2c:40-22: Driving without a license

 

2c:40-26: Driving while license is suspended


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