- Sexting Laws for Teens and Minors: New Jersey has specific legislation that deals with teen sexting. The state created a diversion program that may be used in lieu of criminal prosecution for teens who are charged with child pornography as a result of sexting.
- Revenge Porn Laws: New Jersey has a specific law prohibiting nonconsensual pornography, also known as revenge porn or cyber exploitation.
- Prostitution, Pimpimpg, and Pandering Laws: In New Jersey, a person commits the crime of prostitution by engaging in (or offering or accepting an offer to engage in) any sexual activity in exchange for money or something else of value. It is illegal in New Jersey to buy or sell sex, or to promote the sale of sex.
- Transmitting and STD: In New Jersey, it is a felony for anyone who knows that he or she is infected with HIV or another sexually transmitted disease (STD) to expose another person to the disease through sexual contact, biting, or spitting.
- Statutory Rape Laws: In New Jersey, it is illegal for an adult (someone 18 or older) to have sex with a minor (someone younger than 16), even if the sex is consensual. Those who break the law have committed statutory rape.
If you or a loved one has been accused of a sex crime, you need an New Jersey Criminal Defense Lawyer who will fight to protect your rights and ensure your side of the story is heard.
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