Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
In an article by The Trentonian (8/11), titled Dealers now being charged in drug overdose deaths, that in the state of New Jersey, prosecutors are cracking down on drug dealers by vowing to seek stiff sentences at their trials. “We’re going to be ruthless,” said prosecutor Joseph Coronato of Ocean County, N.J., where 75 overdose deaths have occurred this year. “We’re looking for long-term prison sentences.”
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According to Dealers now being charged in drug overdose deaths, that prosecutors are no longer going after the lower-level users of heroin, but instead are seeking out dealers and members of the supply chain by connecting them and the drugs they sold to overdose deaths and charging them with laws that carry stiff penalties.
Coronato and other New Jersey prosecutors will now be taking a new approach by utilizing the state's “strict liability for drug death” statute. This first-degree crime holds dealers and producers responsible for a drug user’s death and features a maximum sentence of up to 20 years.
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