The old adage that it isn’t getting any safer out there is true in terms of road safety – in fact, since 2020, automotive fatalities have been on an upswing nationwide.
With less than a month remaining until Super Bowl Sunday this year, many fans are already well into the process of planning how they and their friends will watch the big game together.
Motor vehicle stops happen to be the number one way that Americans come into contact with police. New Jersey drivers will shortly be given more information about all of their responsibilities, rights and liberties during traffic stops. «more»
Holiday DWI’s in New Jersey DWI’s are serious offenses and strictly enforced in New Jersey. The holiday season brings a spike in DWI enforcement in New Jersey. A little-known fact is that the night before Thanksgiving is the biggest night for DWI enforcement in New Jersey. There are more DWI patrols on the night before «more»
Every driver convicted of a DWI in New Jersey faces a mandatory driver’s license suspension, ranging from 3 months to 10 years. There is no temporary driver’s license for school or work during your DWI suspension. The judges will read the penalties for driving while suspended for DWI in open court, and then have the «more»
Each year, over a million drivers are pulled over and arrested for suspicion of DWI in America. Most DWI arrests start off exactly the same: flashing police sirens and lights on the side of a road or highway. The officers will put the driver through a number of roadside field sobriety tests that include balancing «more»
New Jersey DWI laws are strict enough to begin with. However, NJ laws are even tougher if you are pulled over for a DWI in a school zone. If you are issued a DWI summons in a school zone, the penalties can be significantly more severe than a regular DWI ticket. This is one of «more»
YES. New Jersey has some of the strictest DWI laws in the Country and they are aggressively enforced by every local, county and state police officer. There are 2 main ways you can receive a DWI ticket in NJ if you were not driving. The first is if you allow an intoxicated person to drive «more»
NJ State Trooper Scandal Jeopardizes DWI Cases Mountainside, NJ – On November 13, 2018, the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the State Police’s failure to properly calibrate breath-testing machines in DWI cases means 20,667 cases must be retried or dismissed. The court’s ruling ended the legal battle over the requirements for the machines «more»
Each year in New Jersey, DWI arrests increase dramatically during the holiday season. The holidays see an increase in both traffic travel on the roads, and the number of holiday celebrations, festivities and events throughout New Jersey. As a result, law enforcement in NJ has made a strong commitment to increase DWI patrols and crackdown «more»