|NJ - Cruelty - Consolidated Cruelty Statutes||NJSA 4:22-10 to 4:22-60||NJ ST 4:22-10 to 4:22-60||
These New Jersey statutes comprise the state's anti-cruelty provisions. According to the definitional section, "animal" or "creature" includes the whole brute creation. Exclusions under the act include state regulated scientific experiments, state sanctioned killing of animals, hunting of game, training of dogs, normal livestock operations, and the killing of rats and mice. With regard to livestock practices, no person may be cited or arrested for a first offense involving a minor or incidental violation of any provision of this title involving alleged cruelty to domestic livestock unless that person has first been issued a written warning.
|NJ - Endangered - Chapter 2A. Wildlife Generally||NJSA 23:2A-1 to 23:2A-1:15||NJ ST 23:2A-1 to 23:2A-1:15||
These statutes comprise the New Jersey Endangered and Nongame Species Conservation Act. The definitions used in the Act are described as well as the rules for listing species, the powers and duties of the supervising department, and the designation of funding. Under the statute, violation of the Act incurs a civil penalty of $250-5,000. In 2014, provisions were added for the prohibition on import, sale, or purchase of ivory products.