New Jersey State Police and other law enforcement will spend the rest of the year cracking down on drunk driving and other traffic offenses. The “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” holiday enforcement campaign begins Friday, December 4, and will continue through January 1, 2021. Taking place during the summer and holiday season in New
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, voters in New Jersey chose to approve a constitutional amendment legalizing marijuana possession and sale. But revising the criminal code for drug charges is only the beginning. There are many questions left unanswered by the simple ballot measure, including what happens to those with marijuana-related offenses on their criminal record.
With the exception of those with vanity plates, most people don’t put much thought into their license plates. Just secure them to the car and go, right? Turns out there are a lot of rules for license plates in both New York and New Jersey that can result in a traffic ticket. Most of the
A person who gets behind the wheel and decides he/she is too drunk to drive may be tempted to sleep it off in the car. While the intention may be to sober up until one is ready to drive again, this decision could still lead to a conviction for DWI in NJ. Earlier this year,