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Friday, January 18, 2013 12:32 p.m.


1.  A.  From the AG Guideline on Strip Searches:

Strip Search
Removal or rearrangement of clothing to permit visual inspection of a person's

1.  undergarments
2.  buttocks
3.  anus
4.  genitals
5.  breasts


2.       A.       Below is a quote from the AG Guideline on Prosecution of Shoplifting Cases:

In order to ensure that shoplifting offenses are prosecuted in municipal courts in a uniform manner, municipal prosecutors shall henceforth  prosecute all shoplifting offenses and shall not decline to participate in the prosecution of shoplifting offenses where the defendant is not represented by counsel.


3.       B.       From the AG Guideline on Vehicular Pursuits:

Officers involved in a pursuit shall not fire any weapon from or at a moving vehicle nor engage in any vehicle contact action except as a last resort to prevent imminent death or serious injury to the officer or another person where deadly force would otherwise be justified.


4.       D.       Definitely include the Burglary charge.  Remember, Burglary is the unlawful entry of a structure to commit an offense therein.  This defendant unlawfully entered a residence and committed the offense of Simple Assault.

From 2C:18-2:

2C:18-2.  Burglary. a. Burglary defined.  A person is guilty of burglary if, with purpose to commit an offense therein or thereon he:

(1)Enters a research facility, structure, or a separately secured or occupied portion thereof unless the structure was at the time open to the public or the actor is licensed or privileged to enter;


5.       D.       Tricky question.  From 2C:17-3:

2C:17-3.  a. Offense defined. A person is guilty of criminal mischief if he:

(1)  Purposely or knowingly damages tangible property of another or damages tangible property of another recklessly or negligently in the employment of fire, explosives or other dangerous means listed in subsection a. of N.J.S.2C:17-2; or







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