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New Jersey Legislature Works to Increase Penalties for Drug Counterfeiters

In June, the New Jersey Assembly passed A-5037, a bill that increases penalties for those who create, distribute or administer counterfeit, adulterated or misbranded medical drugs and devices. The legislation, which has been sent to the New Jersey Senate’s Budget and Appropriations Committee, would make the sale of more than 100 units of fake medicine punishable by a sentence of five to ten years, a fine of up to $150,000, or both.


U.S. DOJ Alleges That New Jersey Company Was Selling Misbranded And Unapproved Drugs

Federal charges announced against two New Jersey residents for their roles in a conspiracy to market and distribute misbranded and unapproved new drugs. The U.S. Department of Justice filed a charge of conspiring to distribute and cause the receipt and delivery of misbranded new drugs against both Keith Kovaleski of South Amboy and Inew Maltez of Sayreville…


27 Pounds Of Fake Pills Made With Fentanyl Found In New Jersey Residence

A stolen vehicle report filed with the Montville Police Department in New Jersey led police to break up a narcotics processing lab. Inside the residence of Juan Rodriguez and Beatrice Sepulveda, police found 27 pounds of fake pills made with fentanyl and two additional kilograms of powdered fentanyl…


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Our 2018 information sheet summarizes recent counterfeit drug incidents in New Jersey.

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