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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 33, INTOXICATING LIQUORS
Section: 33:1-70: Each violation separate offense; name of purchaser unnecessary in affidavits, indictments, etc.
Every violation of this chapter shall constitute a separate offense. In any affidavit, information, complaint or indictment for a violation of this chapter, separate offenses may be united, and the defendant may be tried on one or more counts at one trial, and the penalty for each separate offense may be imposed.
It shall not be necessary in any affidavit, information, complaint or indictment involving a sale of alcoholic beverages to give the name of the purchaser thereof, and it shall not in any affidavit, information, complaint or indictment be necessary to include any defensive negative averments, but it shall be sufficient to state the act or acts constituting the violation and that the same was or were then and there prohibited by law, saving, however, to all defendants the right to require a bill of particulars as in other cases.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:50.
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