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Category Archives: New Jersey Law

NJ Law: Leaving a Child Alone in a Car is “Reckless”

Raritan NJ police recently arrested a Bloomfield NJ woman who allegedly left her child unattended in a minivan. Police received a report of an unattended child in a vehicle parked outside a commercial building on Route 202. When officers arrived at the scene, they found a child who had been left alone in a minivan. Officers eventually located… Read More

New Law Increases Fines for Failure to Keep Right on NJ Roads

Governor Chris Christie recently signed into law S-530, which addresses the problem of slow drivers in the left lane on NJ roadways. These kinds of traffic violations are common. We have all been stuck behind a slow driver who insists upon driving in the left lane of the New Jersey Parkway. In fact, the YouTube sensation “Cop… Read More

Will New Jersey Be Next to Legalize Marijuana?

Some NJ state senators are suggesting that New Jersey should be the next state to legalize marijuana. Senator Nicholas Scutari, a Democrat from Union and chairman of the NJ Senate Judiciary Committee, told reporters that New Jersey should “legalize it, regulate it and tax it.” The “it” he is referring to is marijuana. The Senator… Read More

Governor Christie Protects Lives of NJ Women with “Lisa’s Law”

NJ Governor Chris Christie recently signed into law a bill that provides for electronic monitoring of domestic violence offenders. The New Jersey State Legislature passed A-321, which was sponsored by Assemblyman Ronald S. Dancer of District 12 and Assemblyman Troy Singleton of District 7. In addition to calling for stricter monitoring of offenders, the bill also provides… Read More

NJ Passes S-2636, Makes Changes to Megan’s Law

A bill was recently passed by the New Jersey State Legislature that will overhaul Megan’s Law. Megan’s Law allows the police to make available to the public information about certain sex offenders. The law requires anyone convicted of certain sex crimes in New Jersey to register as a sex offender. The purpose of Megan’s Law is to… Read More

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