Certain Persons Not To Have Weapons, N.J.S.A. 2c:39-7

Certain Persons Not To Have Weapons, N.J.S.A. 2c:39-7, New Jersey, Atlantic County, Bergen County, Burlington County, Camden County, Cape May County, Cumberland County, Essex County, Gloucester County, Hudson County, Hunterdon County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Ocean County, Passaic County, Salem County, Somerset County, Sussex County, Union County, Warren County, criminal defense, drunk driving, traffic ticket, juvenile, attorney, lawyerAtlantic City cops arrested a man for various crimes, including Certain Persons Not to Have Weapons, at the Knights Inn. The cops also arrested two co-defendants. Additionally, a press release from the Atlantic City Police Department claims the cops recovered a handgun and drugs. While responding to a call about an altercation, the cops caught wind of the altercation. Indeed, the press release and the nj dot com describe the incident as a fight and an altercation. But they also omit to point out the altercation was verbal, not physical. One may feel free to speculate about the reason for the omission in the news release. Read more


Weapon Definitions, N.J.S.A. 2c:39-1

Weapon Definitions, N.J.S.A. 2c:39-1, Atlantic County, Bergen County, Burlington County, Camden County, Cape May County, Cumberland County, Essex County, Gloucester County, Hudson County, Hunterdon County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Ocean County, Passaic County, Salem County, Somerset County, Sussex County, Union County, Warren County, criminal defense, drunk driving, traffic ticket, juvenile, attorney, lawyer, trial attorney, trial lawyerThe following weapon definitions apply to this chapter 39 and to chapter 58 of New Jersey Statutes:

Antique firearm means any rifle or shotgun and antique cannon means a destructive device defined in paragraph (3) of subsection c. of this section, if the rifle, shotgun or destructive device, as the case may be, is incapable of being fired or discharged, or which does not fire fixed ammunition, regardless of date of manufacture, or was manufactured before 1898 for which cartridge ammunition is not commercially available, and is possessed as a curiosity or ornament or for its historical significance or value. Read more


Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute, N.J.S.A. 2c:35-5

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Fraudulently Obtaining CDS, N.J.S.A. 2c:35-13

Fraudulently Obtaining CDS, Controlled Dangerous Substances, CDS, N.J.S.A. 2c:35-13, New Jersey, Atlantic County, Bergen County, Burlington County, Camden County, Cape May County, Cumberland County, Essex County, Gloucester County, Hudson County, Hunterdon County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Ocean County, Passaic County, Salem County, Somerset County, Sussex County, Union County, Warren County, criminal defense, drunk driving, traffic ticket, juvenile, attorney, lawyerWestampton cops charged a Delanco woman with using a forged prescription to get painkillers. Indeed, they arrested the woman at a CVS where she allegedly presented a forged script for oxycodone and, previously, Xanax. The authorities charged the woman with forgery, fraudulently obtaining CDS (prescription medication), and attempting to obtain CDS (prescription medication) by fraud.

WebMD dot com provides these warning signs of painkiller addiction. They are:

  1. Thinking alot about your medication
  2. Taking different amounts than prescribed by your doctor
  3. Doctor shopping
  4. Getting painkillers from other sources
  5. Long term painkiller use
  6. Getting angry when someone tries to talk about it Read more

Schedule IV, Controlled Dangerous Substances, N.J.S.A. 24:21-8

Schedule IV

a. Tests. The director shall place a substance in Schedule IV if he finds that the substance: (1) has low potential for abuse relative to the substances listed in Schedule III; (2) has currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States; and (3) may lead to limited physical dependence or psychological dependence relative to the substances listed in Schedule III.

b. The controlled dangerous substances listed in this section are included in Schedule IV.

c. Any material, compound, mixture or preparation which contains any quantity of the following substances having a potential for abuse associated with Read more


Schedule III, Controlled Dangerous Substances, N.J.S.A. 24:21-7

Schedule III

a. Tests. The director shall place a substance in Schedule III if he finds that the substance: (1) has a potential for abuse less than the substances listed in Schedules I and II; (2) has currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States; and (3) abuse may lead to moderate or low physical dependence or high psychological dependence.

b. The controlled dangerous substances listed in this section are included in Schedule III, subject to any revision and republishing by the director pursuant to subsection d. of section 3 of P.L.1970, c.226 (C.24:21-3), and except to the extent Read more


Schedule II, Controlled Dangerous Substances, N.J.S.A. 24:21-6

Schedule II

a. Tests. The director shall place a substance in Schedule II if he finds that the substance: (1) has high potential for abuse; (2) has currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States, or currently accepted medical use with severe restrictions; and (3) abuse may lead to severe psychic or physical dependence.

b. The controlled dangerous substances listed in this section are included in Schedule II, subject to any revision and republishing by the director pursuant to subsection d. of section 3 of P.L.1970, c.226 (C.24:21-3), and except to the extent Read more


Schedule I, Controlled Dangerous Substances, N.J.S.A. 24:21-5

Schedule I

a. Tests. The director shall place a substance in Schedule I if he finds that the substance: (1) has high potential for abuse; and (2) has no accepted medical use in treatment in the United States; or lacks accepted safety for use in treatment under medical supervision.

b. The controlled dangerous substances listed in this section are included in Schedule I, subject to any revision and republishing by the director pursuant to subsection d. of section 3 of P.L.1970, c.226 (C.24:21-3), and except to the extent Read more


New Jersey Controlled Dangerous Substances Act, Definitions

Administer

The direct application of a controlled dangerous substance, whether by injection, inhalation, ingestion, or any other means, to the body of a patient or research subject by: (1) a practitioner (or, in his presence, by his lawfully authorized agent), or (2) the patient or research subject at the lawful direction and in the presence of the practitioner.

Agent

An authorized person who acts on behalf of or at the direction of a manufacturer, distributor, or dispenser but does not include a common or contract carrier, public warehouseman, or employee thereof.

Commissioner

The Commissioner of Health.

Controlled dangerous substance

A drug, Read more


Cocaine Possession with Intent to Distribute, N.J.S.A. 2c:35-5

Cocaine Possession with Intent to Distribute, Possession with Intent to Distribute Controlled Dangerous Substances, N.J.S.A. 2c:35-5, cocaine, Coke, Flake, Snow, Blow, White, Toot, Base, Basa, Powder, Dust, Big Rush, Pearl, Candy, Cola, C, Big flakes, Nose candy, Baseball, Bump, Line, Rail, Snow, Stash, Yeyo, Snow coke, Rocks, Black rock, Chemical, Candy, Nuggets, Gravel, Grit, Hail, Hard rock, Jelly beans, Cookies, Dice, Purple caps, Scrabble, Yam, Sleet, Tornado, Speedball, Spaceball, Woo-woo, Cocopuffs, Woolies, Boy-girl, Candy flipping, Bumping up, Snow seals, Flamethrowers, New Jersey, Atlantic County, Bergen County, Burlington County, Camden County, Cape May County, Cumberland County, Essex County, Gloucester County, Hudson County, Hunterdon County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Ocean County, Passaic County, Salem County, Somerset County, Sussex County, Union County, Warren County, criminal defense, drunk driving, traffic ticket, juvenile, attorney, lawyerNEWARK—The Essex County Sheriff’s Office Bureau of Narcotics charged a father and son after a raid on their bodega. The cops allegedly seized pot, cocaine and pills, per the news. The authorities executed a search warrant, suggesting they had the pair under surveillance for some time. This is because the Fourth Amendment1 requires police to file sworn affidavits with the court to establish probable cause before a judge will issue a warrant. Of course, the investigation provides the basis for the affidavits. Additionally, before entering the store, surveillance officers claim they saw the father remove a black bag from a nearby parked car and place it behind the store’s counter. Authorities claim this bag held cocaine and marijuana. Furthermore, the police also claim to have found an opioid pain medication while executing the warrant. Among other crimes, the cops filed charges for cocaine possession with intent to distribute. Read more