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Is Disorderly Persons and Disorderly Conduct the Same Thing?

Disorderly Conduct and Disorderly Persons Offense in New Jersey: Understanding the Difference Compared to the rest of the United States, New Jersey has somewhat unique names for the crimes committed in this state. Other states refer to serious crimes as “felonies,” and less serious offenses as “misdemeanors.” New Jersey uses the terms “indictable crime” for… [read more]

NJ Municipal Ordinances Explained

Municipal Ordinance Charge in Bergen County NJ State-wide laws aren’t the only sources of rules and regulations in the State of New Jersey. Instead, local towns, counties, and other local governments have their own laws as well. Today, New Jersey is home to over 500 municipalities. Every one of these can enact their own local ordinances.… [read more]

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