New Jersey Immigration Consequences of conviction of criminal offense.
Degree of Intent Degree of Harm Other Abbreviations
K=knowing(ly) BI=bodily injury CDS=controlled dangerous substance
P=purpose(ly) SBI=serious bodily injury DW=deadly weapon
N=negligent(ly) MV=motor vehicle
Aggravated Felony (AF)?
Crime Against Children
Crime of Dom. Viol., Etc.
Firearm Offense (FO)
Possession of weapons during commission of certain crimes
Second degree 2C:39-4.1(c)
If underlying offense would be
considered a “crime of violence” (as
defined in 18 U.S.C. § 16) and
sentenced to a term of imprisonment
of at least one year, might be deemed
a "crime of violence" AF.
If underlying offense
considered a CIMT.
Might be deemed a CSO if
record of conviction
establishes that underlying
offense involves a controlled
substance as defined in 21
U.S.C. § 802.
More immigration information at http://www.nysda.org/idp/docs/fileI.pdf
More criminal law information at www.BeNotGuilty.com and www.njlaws.com