Hudson County authorities have charged a Nissan Titan operator with Driving While Intoxicated, per nj dot com. News reports claim North Bergen cops responded to the area of Tonnelle Avenue and 54th Street for a crash report. Authorities allege the crash occurred as the pickup truck travelled south on the four-lane road near 54th Street. Responding officers arrived to find four vehicles involved in a collision and six injured individuals, per the news. The Hudson County Regional Collision Investigation Unit and North Bergen cops claim the motorist struck a northbound Nissan Murano. Authorities also claim the Titan pushed the Murano into two other vehicles. The investigation is ongoing. This balance of this page will set forth the penalties for drunk driving in New Jersey.
Definitions for the New Jersey Code of Juvenile Justice
Juvenile means an individual under the age of 18 years.
Adult means an individual 18 years of age or older.
Detention means the temporary care of juveniles in physically restricting facilities pending court disposition.
Shelter care means the temporary care of juveniles in facilities without physical restriction pending court disposition.
Go Big or Go Home
In 2004 as a newcomer to a career in politics, Jeff Smith ran for United States Congress. Go big or go home, right? Subsequently, Mr. Smith lost his bid in the primary election for the House of Representatives in Washington. But only by a narrow margin. Additionally, Smith’s grass roots campaign doubled as a documentary about American politics, “Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore?”
What is “distracted driving?”
“anything that diverts the driver’s attention from the primary tasks of navigating the vehicle and responding to critical events. To put it another way, a distraction is anything that takes your eyes off the road (visual distraction), your mind off the road (cognitive distraction), or your hands off the wheel…” (emphasis added). Read more
Magna Carta, a speech by
Mood and Psychotic Disorders
Based on research by Robert Hanlon, however, 34% of impulsive murderers have a history of mood and psychotic disorders.
Therefore, these disorders were twice as common among premeditated murderers as compared to impulsive murderers. Read more
Criminal defendants set the bar lower than law enforcement and law abiding citizens for prosecutorial misconduct. But general opinion does not persuade judges. Instead, judges must apply the law to the facts of each case in court. This blog post will review one case of prosecutorial misconduct that made it all the way to the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
The case involved the prosecutor’s denial of a particular PTI application. Indeed, the State appealed a trial court Order compelling William Roseman and his ex-wife Lori Lewin into PTI in 2012. Subsequently, after review by the Appellate Division, the issue went to the state’s Supreme Court. Read More