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Disclaimer: The contents of this presentation are general in nature. Please use your discretion while following them. The author does not guarantee legal validity of the tips contained herein. Changes to NJ’s Child Sexual Abuse and Child Pornography Laws - An Effort To Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Tel: Toll Free:
In 2009 in NJ, there were nearly 9300 cases of child abuse and neglect. Of these, 10.3% or more than 900 children were sexually abused. To reduce this, changes have been made in NJ’s child pornography and child sexual abuse laws.
Changes to NJ’s Child Sexual Abuse and Child Pornography Laws
Child endangerment statute: Child endangerment statute now protects minors up to the age of 18 from sexual abuse. Definitions and terminology: Updated definitions and terminology have been incorporated into sexual abuse and child pornography statutes to prevent offenders from using new technology to exploit loopholes in the law.
Scope of criminal liability: NJ legislation upgraded and subjected some sexual offenses to harsher penalties and some offenses to mandatory minimum sentences. Megan’s Law: The law adds provision to Megan’s Law authorizing special lifetime parole supervision for child pornography offenders.
Sex Crime Attorney in NJ If you are involved in a sex crime, then you need to contact a sex crime attorney in New Jersey. Attorney Joel Silberman can handle a wide range of sex related offenses in NJ He will defend your rights and fight to dismiss or reduce your charges.
Contact Us: Joel Silberman, Sex Crime Attorney, New Jersey 549 Summit Avenue Jersey City, NJ Tel: (201) Toll Free (800)