Shoplifting

Shoplifting Gone Wrong Turns into Robbery Charges

Shoplifting Gone Wrong Turns into Robbery Charges

November 15, 2014

Shoplifting Lawyers in Kearny, NJ The governing statute in New Jersey for shoplifting is N.J.S.A. 2C:20-11b. The degree of shoplifting a defendant could find themselves facing could be anywhere from a disorderly persons offense (misdemeanor) all the way up to a second degree felony. What degree of s

Shoplifting Network Busted in Hudson County, NJ

Shoplifting Network Busted in Hudson County, NJ

November 9, 2014

Jersey City NJ Shoplifting Attorneys The offense of shoplifting is either a disorderly persons (misdemeanor) or a second, third or fourth degree felony in New Jersey. What separates a misdemeanor from a second degree felony is value of items in question. The difference between the degrees of shopli