Cases Test If Bomb Threat Alone Meets Armed Robbery Standard

, New Jersey Law Journal


In cases of first-degree robbery based on bomb threats, New Jersey judges have insisted there be some physical manifestation to back up the words. Now, prosecutors appealing two overturned convictions want that to change.

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Originally appeared in print as Cases Test if Bomb Threat Alone Meets Armed Robbery Standard

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