2nd Degree Charges for Eluding a Police Officer
Arrested for Eluding Police in the Second Degree – What am I facing?
A second degree eluding the police charge in New Jersey is a very serious crime. You can face from 5-10 years in state prison and a permanent criminal charge on your record. This level of offense implies that you put people around you in physical danger. On the bright side, there are ways to fight this case. Click here to see how we can beat eluding charges in New Jersey.
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Eluding police is a felony charge in New Jersey that can be graded as a second or third degree crime. The key distinction is whether or not you placed the public in danger of serious injury or death based on your actions. This includes the police officers who were chasing you.
Mr. Tormey has successfully handled eluding cases throughout New Jersey. Here are some real life eluding police cases that the Tormey Law Firm handled:
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