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A Philadelphia nun was found guilty of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) by a New Jersey judge in April. The Washington Township Municipal Court Judge convicted the nun of a drunk driving DUI after her early morning arrest in Turnersville in early November.In... Read More

New Jersey DWI Check Points are a nuisance to most drivers, but a necessity for the police. The purpose of a DWI check point is for the police to determine whether or not a driver is impaired. If the police suspect a driver is intoxicated they will asked... Read More

March 17th is Saint Patrick’s Day. It’s a day to celebrate Irish culture but for many, it’s also an excuse for drinking without limits. Drunk driving and violence is certainly a big concern for police on this holiday. The police will be looking... Read More

Sobering Facts Every Driver Needs to KnowJuly 4th is a favorite time of celebration for many Americans enjoying backyard BBQ’s with family and Jersey shore parties with friends. Unfortunately, Independence Day holiday is one of the deadliest holidays... Read More

A proposed bill that could have drastically changed current DUI penalties passed New Jersey’s state Senate but was recently rejected by Governor Chris Christie on March 23, 2015. Bill 2427, which was introduced in January 2015 and passed Legislature... Read More

It is a well-known fact that DWI offenders are not entitled to a trial by jury in New Jersey. New Jersey DWI laws have not allowed jury trials in 25 years. So when the NJ Supreme Court agreed to hear the appeal of four-time DWI offender James Denelsbeck,... Read More

Spend Your Holiday at Home (Not Arrested for Drunk Driving)Police departments throughout New Jersey will be cracking down on drunk and intoxicated driving this Thanksgiving holiday. Thanksgiving Eve, sometimes referred to as ‘Black Wednesday,’... Read More

Not too long ago, we featured a blog on the topic of allowing a friend or family member to operate your car while their driver’s license is suspended.  As I’m sure you’d expect, the penalties for letting someone drive your car drunk come at an... Read More

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