2C:12-3.  Terroristic Threats

  •   b.  A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he threatens to kill another with the purpose to put him in imminent fear of death under circumstances reasonably causing the victim to believe the immediacy of the threat and the likelihood that it will be carried out.


  • a.  A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he threatens to commit any crime of violence with the purpose to terrorize another or to cause evacuation of a building, place of assembly, or facility of public transportation, or otherwise to cause serious public inconvenience, or in reckless disregard of the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience. A violation of this subsection is a crime of the second degree if it occurs during a declared period of national, State or county emergency. The actor shall be strictly liable upon proof that the crime occurred, in fact, during a declared period of national, State or county emergency. It shall not be a defense that the actor did not know that there was a declared period of emergency at the time the crime occurred.

these accusations are usually accompanied by the accuser stating that the threat took place at a particular time and location. 

Under part b. of statue 2C:12-3.  Terroristic Threats you can be convicted of crime that you did not commit. based on someone's testimony the court can and has prosecuted an innocent person for false allegations as shown on the bottom.

Restraining Order Solution for the Accused

On occasion, an estranged, spouse or partner will ask for and receive a restraining order from the Court.  The order may include a GPS device.  However, when wrongly accused, the restrained person can opt to equip themselves with a GPS tracking device which factors the accuser’s home and employment stay-away zones. 

During a hearing for contempt, or; to make the order permanent, GPS data provides the Court accurate information to assist in determining an impartial decision. If you are being monitored with one of our devices, we can prepare a report for the court and your attorney with complete location details.


When you appear in court, be ready in case of false allegations about violating your restraining order. If you can prove to the court that the accuser is lying as to where you were at a particular place and time by using one of our monitoring devices, You can be sure the accusers statements or allegations will no longer be credible.
In most cases this would cause the court to dismiss the case against you.

 Why be at the mercy of the court, fighting false allegations without proof?