ACDL v. William Hill, ___ N.J. ___ (2024)


Defense and defense amicus argued collectively that the witness tampering statute was overbroad. Specifically, Doris Cheung argued for the ACDL that Hill's conviction, “which was based on a statute and jury charge that criminalized ‘conduct’ which a reasonable person would believe would cause a witness or informant to” testify falsely, must be reversed for failing to specify that the defendant must have knowledge to commit such an offense. Although the court rejected this and other statutory challenges, Hill's conviction was reversed and he is to be retried on the witness tampering charge.

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