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Legal Information: New Jersey
2C:58-29. Violation of order; contempt proceedings
A violation by the respondent of an order issued pursuant to section 4 or 5 of P.L.2018, c. 35 (C.2C:58-23 or C.2C:58-24) shall constitute an offense under subsection e. of N.J.S.2C:29-9 and each order shall so state. All contempt proceedings conducted pursuant to N.J.S.2C:29-9 involving an extreme risk protective order shall be heard by the Superior Court. All contempt proceedings brought pursuant to P.L.2018, c. 35 (C.2C:58-20 et al.) shall be made in accordance with the Rules of Court.
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