Even though you know driving under the influence of alcohol is a bad idea, it's not out of the question that you could make a mistake. This holds true even if you have been arrested for a DUI in the past.
According to a recent decision by the New Jersey Supreme Court, police do not always require a warrant before obtaining a blood sample from a person who is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Driving under the influence is dangerous, regardless of how much you have had to drink or where you are located.
On New Year's Eve, a police officer from Highland Park was involved in a car accident. He was not on duty at the time. However, the man is now facing allegations that he was intoxicated when the crash occurred.
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If you're pulled over by police for any reason, you may have a big question on your mind: Does the officer have the legal right to search your vehicle?
In the state of New Jersey, just the same as the rest of the country, driving under the influence is a serious crime.
No matter how hard you try, there could come a time when you receive a ticket for a traffic violation. While this is not always a huge deal, you need to learn more about what went wrong and your options for moving forward.
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On the same night that a man caused a fatal accident while driving under the influence of drugs, he was also involved in a hit and run crash.