Spitting at Police Officer, or in Cop’s Coffee Could Become Felony in New Jersey Under New Law

FREEHOLD, NJ – A new law proposed by New Jersey Assemblyman Ron Dancer could make it a felony if passed in Trenton and signed by Governor Phil Murphy to spit on a police officer.  Sadly, Dancer will now have to convince the state Democrat majority that this law is a good idea and work overtime to get support in one of America’s bluest states. “A person who throws a bodily fluid at a Department of Corrections employee, county correctional police officer, juvenile correctional police officer, State juvenile facility employee, juvenile detention staff member, probation officer, any sheriff, undersheriff or sheriff’s