Close in Age Exemption for NJ Sex Crime Charges
July 24, 2019
Parents often advise teenagers to wait to have sex for religious reasons, health reasons, and for many other reasons. But parents don’t often think to mention that teenage sex can be illegal and result in felony-level criminal charges. It can, especially in situations where kids in school may be having consensual sex underage. Even though teenagers are often close in age to each other, such as 17 and 15, an unfortunate situation can lead to serious trouble for the older child in the ... Read More»
Is Sexual Harassment a Crime in New Jersey?
November 14, 2018
In New Jersey, sexual harassment is not its own enumerated crime, but some underlying actions that may be characterized as sexual harassment like criminal sexual contact, lewdness, or harassing are against the law and may lead to criminal charges. If you have been accused of sexual harassment, recently learned you are the subject of an investigation for unlawful sexual behavior, or have been charged with a sexual offense, you should not face these allegations alone. An experienced criminal ... Read More»