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38A:14-4.  Depriving members of the organized militia of employment
    Any person who, either by himself or with another, willfully deprives a member of the organized militia of his employment or prevents his being employed by himself or another, or obstructs or annoys such member in his employ in respect to his trade, business or employment because he is a member of the organized militia or is performing or about to perform some duty in connection therewith or dissuades any person from enlistment therein by threat or injury to him in respect to his business, employment or trade, in case he shall enlist, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

     L.1963, c. 109.
 
38A:14-5  Impersonation by wearing of uniform, medal, insignia, fourth degree crime.

38A:14-5.  Any person who knowingly, with intent to impersonate and with intent to deceive, misrepresents himself as a member or veteran of the United States Armed Forces or organized militia by wearing the uniform or any medal or insignia authorized for use by the members or veterans of the United States Armed Forces or the organized militia, by Federal and State laws and regulations, shall be guilty of a crime of the fourth degree.

Amended 2007, c.148.
 

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-jersey > Title-38a > Section-38a-14 > 38a-14-4

38A:14-4.  Depriving members of the organized militia of employment
    Any person who, either by himself or with another, willfully deprives a member of the organized militia of his employment or prevents his being employed by himself or another, or obstructs or annoys such member in his employ in respect to his trade, business or employment because he is a member of the organized militia or is performing or about to perform some duty in connection therewith or dissuades any person from enlistment therein by threat or injury to him in respect to his business, employment or trade, in case he shall enlist, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

     L.1963, c. 109.
 
38A:14-5  Impersonation by wearing of uniform, medal, insignia, fourth degree crime.

38A:14-5.  Any person who knowingly, with intent to impersonate and with intent to deceive, misrepresents himself as a member or veteran of the United States Armed Forces or organized militia by wearing the uniform or any medal or insignia authorized for use by the members or veterans of the United States Armed Forces or the organized militia, by Federal and State laws and regulations, shall be guilty of a crime of the fourth degree.

Amended 2007, c.148.
 

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-jersey > Title-38a > Section-38a-14 > 38a-14-4

38A:14-4.  Depriving members of the organized militia of employment
    Any person who, either by himself or with another, willfully deprives a member of the organized militia of his employment or prevents his being employed by himself or another, or obstructs or annoys such member in his employ in respect to his trade, business or employment because he is a member of the organized militia or is performing or about to perform some duty in connection therewith or dissuades any person from enlistment therein by threat or injury to him in respect to his business, employment or trade, in case he shall enlist, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

     L.1963, c. 109.
 
38A:14-5  Impersonation by wearing of uniform, medal, insignia, fourth degree crime.

38A:14-5.  Any person who knowingly, with intent to impersonate and with intent to deceive, misrepresents himself as a member or veteran of the United States Armed Forces or organized militia by wearing the uniform or any medal or insignia authorized for use by the members or veterans of the United States Armed Forces or the organized militia, by Federal and State laws and regulations, shall be guilty of a crime of the fourth degree.

Amended 2007, c.148.
 

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