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August 2014 Archives

New Jersey charged after crash from driving while intoxicated

Whenever someone commits a driving infraction or a crime while operating a motor vehicle, any criminal charges pursued against that individual may be amplified if there was an accident involved. Reportedly, this was the case recently in New Jersey when a car accident occurred. The teacher who was behind the wheel was allegedly driving while intoxicated and struck a patrol car.

Man pulled over in New Jersey faces drug charges

When police pull over a vehicle, they may find that they have reason to file charges unrelated to why they may have originally pulled the individual over. A simple traffic infraction can then lead to much more serious charges against a driver or even passengers. Recently in New Jersey, a man was pulled over and ended up having drug charges filed against him.

Teen faces sexual assault offense in New Jersey

During the summer, teens and young adults often take jobs or volunteer positions working with young children. The position of a camp counselor fits the bill and can entail being alone with kids for extended periods of time. For one teen in New Jersey, a camp counselor position has ended with the teen facing charges related to an alleged sexual assault offense.

Nanny in New Jersey faces DUI charge

Any kind of accident or altercation can lead to criminal charges if the police become involved. When the police are called to a scene and believe there may be a drunk driving incident in progress, the suspect can face any number of consequences. A recent incident in New Jersey is gaining attention because an on-duty nanny was involved in an accident that ended in a DUI charge being filed.

New Jersey man faces drug charges after traffic stop

Whenever there is a traffic stop or a car is sitting in traffic, the police may ask to confirm information, or they may even ask to search a vehicle if they believe that there is reason to after speaking with the driver or researching the driver's history. If they search a vehicle and find that there is something amiss or illegal, they may then make an arrest. Recently, a search of a New Jersey man’s car after he was sitting at an intersection led to his arrest, as he now faces drug charges.

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