Skip to main content
THIS SITE
Go back to Chapters Go back to N.J.Statutes homepage

Title: 2C - THE NEW JERSEY CODE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Chapter: 1 -

2c:1-1: Short title; rules of construction

2c:1-2: Purposes; principles of construction

2c:1-3: Territorial applicability

2c:1-4: Classes of offenses

2c:1-5: Abolition of common law crimes; all offenses defined by statute; application of general provisions of the code; limitation of local government laws

2c:1-6: Time limitations.

2c:1-8: Method of prosecution when conduct constitutes more than one offense

2c:1-9: When prosecution barred by former prosecution for the same offense

2c:1-10: When prosecution barred by former prosecution for different offense

2c:1-11: Former prosecution in another jurisdiction: when a bar

2c:1-12: Former prosecution before court lacking jurisdiction or when fraudulently procured by the defendant

2c:1-13: Proof beyond a reasonable doubt; affirmative defenses; burden of proving fact when not an element of an offense

2c:1-14: Definitions.