Citizens for a Safer New Jersey Launches Awareness Campaign – Come See Us In Wildwood

Citizens for a Safer New Jersey
Citizens for a Safer New Jersey

New Jersey --(Ammoland.com)- In an effort to inform the public about the state’s poorly written firearms statutes, Citizens for a Safer New Jersey ( C4SNJ) is launching a NJ firearms law awareness campaign.

This will include educating about the option of jury nullification as it exists in NJ. The campaign will be a combination of social media and physical advertising (posters, editorials, and possibly billboards).

The goal is to spread the word statewide how good people can become the victim of bad laws. If you are interested in volunteering to help with this campaign, send an email to info@c4snj.org. Please consider making a donation to help cover the costs associated with our programs.

On Friday, August 15 2014, and Saturday, August 16 2014, we will be displaying at the Wildwood Tattoo Beach Bash being held at the Wildwoods Convention Center (click here for information and directions). We will have promotional items available (for a donation), organization information, and information on the Shaneen Allen case.

When a single mother with no prior criminal history makes an honest mistake, she doesn’t deserve being sentenced to 3 years of prison because that is the only option allowed by law. It’s time to wake up the masses as to how good people can become the victim of bad laws.

Coming up on October 12, we will be offering our free “Refuse To Be A Victim” class at the Montville Executive Suites in Pine Brook, NJ. Details and registration information will be published soon.

Thank you everyone for your support. Please encourage anyone who supports the Right of Self Defense to “like” us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and sign up for our free email list.

About Citizens for a Safer New Jersey
Citizens for a Safer New Jersey includes individuals from all walks of life and from all across the State of NJ pulling together to create an avenue to address a huge void whereby New Jerseyans can help themselves to feel safe and be safer in their everyday lives. Visit: www.c4snj.org

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