Leonard Biddison

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Invasion Of Privacy

With the development of technology and the easy capturing and transfer of personal information via smart phones today, invasion of privacy charges have become very common. Many times, people do not even realize they what they have done is a violation of the statute for invasion of privacy. However, the state takes these cases seriously and a person can receive a long sentence in State Prison if convicted of this crime.

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Leonard Biddison have had tremendous success handling thousands of cases including assault, driving under the influence, and harassment for years in Camden County, including in Woodlynne, Cherry Hill, Gloucester, and Voorhees. In fact, one of the members of our criminal defense team is a former domestic violence prosecutor in New Jersey. She now uses her training and experience to defend citizens charged with various offenses. If you have been charged with invasion of privacy, having an attorney who knows what it takes to potentially beat the charges is imperative. Call the Law Offices of Leonard Biddison at 866-721-9510 anytime for a free initial consultation.

Invasion of Privacy in New Jersey 

The law for invasion of privacy is explained under N.J.S.A. 2C:14-9. It provides:

a. An actor commits a crime of the fourth degree if, knowing that he is not licensed or privileged to do so, and under circumstances in which a reasonable person would know that another may expose intimate parts or may engage in sexual penetration or sexual contact, he observes another person without that person’s consent and under circumstances in which a reasonable person would not expect to be observed.

b. An actor commits a crime of the third degree if, knowing that he is not licensed or privileged to do so, he photographs, films, videotapes, records, or otherwise reproduces in any manner, the image of another person whose intimate parts are exposed or who is engaged in an act of sexual penetration or sexual contact, without that person’s consent and under circumstances in which a reasonable person would not expect to be observed.

c. An actor commits a crime of the third degree if, knowing that he is not licensed or privileged to do so, he discloses any photograph, film, videotape, recording or any other reproduction of the image of another person whose intimate parts are exposed or who is engaged in an act of sexual penetration or sexual contact, unless that person has consented to such disclosure. A fine not to exceed $30,000.00 may be imposed for a violation of this subsection.

It is a violation of subsection a. or b. to observe another person in a private dressing stall of a fitting room or dressing room operated by a retail establishment or to photograph, film, videotape, record or otherwise reproduce the image of another person in a private dressing stall of a fitting room or dressing room.

Penalties for Invasion of Privacy in New Jersey 

Third Degree – If you are convicted of invasion of privacy in the third degree, you could be sentenced to up to 5 years in New Jersey State Prison. Further, if you are found guilty of violating subsection c, you could also receive a fine of $30,000.

Fourth Degree – Ifyou are convicted of invasion of privacy in the fourth degree, you could face up to 18 months in New Jersey State Prison.

Note: For third and fourth degree crimes in New Jersey, there is a presumption of non-incarceration meaning you might be eligible to receive a probationary sentence such as the Pre-Trial Intervention Program. Once this program is completed, the charges will be dropped against you.

Contact a Cherry Hill NJ Invasion of Privacy Lawyer for a Free Consultation 

The criminal defense attorneys at the Law Offices of Leonard Biddison are always available to speak with you about your case and begin to formulate an aggressive strategy to defend you against an invasion of privacy charge. Our criminal defense team understands the details of the law in New Jersey and we will use this knowledge to help you best defend against your charges. Call us today at 866-721-9510 for a free initial consultation about your case.

Experience You Can Trust

For the past 20 years, Mr. Biddison has provided his clients with excellent legal counsel in a broad variety of criminal matters. From straightforward issues to serious litigation, he offers you the experience and confidential advice you need to maneuver through the laws of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

When you’ve been accused of a crime, you are entitled to a thorough and competent criminal defense. Leonard D. Biddison Esquire ensures your legal rights are upheld. Allow our team to assist you during this difficult time.

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Areas We Serve

Burlington County, Mount Holly, Mount Laurel, Pemberton Twp. Camden County, Camden City, Cherry Hill Twp., Gloucester City, Gloucester Twp., Pennsauken, Winslow Twp. Gloucester County, Deptford Twp., Monroe Twp., Paulsboro Boro, Washington Twp., West Deptford Twp., Woodbury City, Bordentown Twp., Cinnaminson, Evesham Twp., Mansfield Twp., Maple Shade Twp., Medford Twp., Moorestown Twp., Palmyra Boro, Bellmawr, Clementon, Collinswood, Haddon Twp., Lindenwold, Pine Hill Boro, Stratford Boro, Voorhees Twp., Waterford Twp., Elk Joint Municipal Court, Franklin Joint Mun Ct, Greenwich Twp, Mantua Twp.

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