False reports to law enforcement authorities, (2C:28-4)
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2C:28-4. False reports to law enforcement authorities
a. Falsely incriminating another. A person who knowingly gives or causes to be given false information to any law enforcement officer with purpose to implicate another commits a crime of the fourth degree.
b. Fictitious reports. A person commits a disorderly persons offense if he:
(1) Reports or causes to be reported to law enforcement authorities an offense or other incident within their concern knowing that it did not occur; or
(2) Pretends to furnish or causes to be furnished such authorities with information relating to an offense or incident when he knows he has no information relating to such offense or incident.
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Posted on June 14, 2009, in Crimes and tagged 2C:28-4, Attorney, False reports to law enforcement authorities, Lawyer, New Jersey. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on False reports to law enforcement authorities, (2C:28-4).
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