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Is trespassing a felony?

NJ Criminal Defense FAQ  |  See also:  NJ DWI FAQ

Q) Is trespassing a felony?

A) Trespassing is a crime in New Jersey under many circumstances, including if someone enters or remains in a private structure or dwelling with knowledge that he or she is not permitted to do so.  New Jersey classifies trespassing of this nature as an indictable criminal offense, often known in other states as a felony.
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